Directed by: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
Starring: Frances McDormand, Kristin Rudrud, Peter Stormare, Steve Buscemi, William H. Macy
Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Trivia: The movie wasn't based on a true story. The Coen brothers just threw that in for whatever reason.
Trivia: When William Macy was trying out for the part of Jerry Lundegaard, he said to the Cohens he'd shoot their dogs if they didn't give him the role.
Trivia: Note in the end credits that there is the symbol for "the Artist Formally Known as Prince" (a Minnesota native) placed sideways.
Trivia: The storyboard artist for the movie has a small role. He is the driver of the car that slowly passes by when Buscemi is dragging the state trooper's body off the road.
Trivia: Peter Stormare only has 18 lines in the entire film.
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Marge Gunderson: So that was Mrs. Lundegaard on the floor in there. And I guess that was your accomplice in the wood chipper.
After the kidnappers kill the trooper and then one chases after the 2 eyewitnesses you can see that they are on a straight road (no turns and he catches up to them fairly quickly) but the next morning when Marge arrives on the scene of the 2 bodies she arrives from the direction of the trooper's body (the first shooting). After examining the bodies of the eyewitnesses she asks her deputy "where the trooper is" and the Deputy points in the direction she just came from and states "down the road a bit" how did she miss it? She would have had to have driven right past the trooper's crime scene to get to the 2 bodies.