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Number: TV8010

FARGO & BARTON FINK (CD)
Composed by: Carter Burwell

FARGO

1. Fargo, North Dakota (2:49)
2. Moose Lake (0:41)
3. A Lot Of Woe (0:54)
4. Forced Entry (1:23)
5. The Ozone (0:58)
6. The Trooper's End (1:05)
7. Chewing On It (0:53)
8. Rubbernecking (2:06)
9. Dance Of The Sierra (1:25)
10. The Mallard (1:03)
11. Delivery (4:48)
12. Bismark, North Dakota (1:05)
13. Paul Bunyon (0:34)
14. The Eager Beaver (3:14)
15. Brainerd, Minnesota (2:41)
16. Sale Keeping (1:45)

BARTON FINK

17. Fade In (1:08)
18. Big Shoes (1:33)
19. Love Theme (1:21)
20. Barton In Shock (1:58)
21. Typing Montage (2:11)
22. The Box (3:06)
23. Barton In Flames (0:57)
24. Fade Out - The End (3:37)

FARGO - Filmmaking siblings Joel Coen and Ethan Coen both embraced and poked satirical fun at their rural Minnesota roots with this comedy-drama-thriller that earned seven Oscar nominations, winning for Best Actress and Best Original Screenplay. Frances McDormand stars as Marge Gunderson, a pregnant police chief whose affable, folksy demeanor masks a whip-smart mind. When a pair of motorists are found slain not far from the corpse of a state trooper, Marge begins piecing together a case involving a pair of dopey would-be kidnappers, Carl (Steve Buscemi) and Gaear (Bergman stock player Peter Stormare). They've been hired by Jerry Lundegaard (William H. Macy), a car salesman under the thumb of his wealthy, overbearing boss and father-in-law, Wade (Harve Presnell). Jerry's raised some money illegally through a petty scam he's run on General Motors and he's about to get caught. When Wade sours a business deal that could save his son-in-law's hide, the desperate Jerry hires Carl and Gaear to kidnap his wife and hold her for ransom. Things go predictably wrong and a series of murders occur, with Marge, waddling along behind her enormous belly and ever-hungering for an all-you-can-eat buffet, hot on the trail of the killers. Although the credits for Fargo state that the film is loosely based on real events, the story is entirely fictional, the claim being just an ironic jibe on the part of the Coens. 1996

BARTON FINK - The title character, played by John Turturro, is a Broadway playwright, based on Clifford Odets, lured to Hollywood with the promise of untold riches by a boorish studio chieftain (played by Michael Lerner as a combination of Louis B. Mayer and Harry Cohn). Despising the film capital and everything it stands for, Barton Fink comes down with an acute case of writer's block. He is looked after by a secretary (Judy Davis) who has been acting as a ghost writer for an alcoholic screenwriter (John Mahoney, playing a character based on William Faulkner). Also keeping tabs on Fink is a garrulous traveling salesman (John Goodman), the most likeable, stable character in the picture. And then comes the plot twist to end all plot twists, plunging Barton Fink into a surreal nightmare that would make Hieronymus Bosch look like a house painter. Once more, Ethan and Joel Coen serve up a smorgasbord of quirkiness and kinkiness, where nothing is what it seems and nothing turns out as planned. 1991

  
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