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Despite initially receiving mixed reviews and underperforming at the box office, it is now well received by critics, The Coen brothers' next film, O Brother, Where Art Thou?
(2000), was another critical and commercial success.
Their next project was Crimewave (1985), directed by Sam Raimi and written by the Coens and Raimi.
Joel and Raimi also made cameo appearances in Spies Like Us (1985).
Set in Texas, the film tells the tale of a shifty, sleazy bar owner who hires a private detective to kill his wife and her lover.
The film contains elements that point to their future direction: distinctive homages to genre movies (in this case noir and horror), plot twists layered over a simple story, dark humor, and mise-en-scène.
The duo also won the Palme d'Or for Barton Fink (1991).
The Coen brothers have written a number of films they did not direct, including the biographical war drama Unbroken (2014), the historical legal thriller Bridge of Spies (2015), and lesser-known, commercially unsuccessful comedies such as Crimewave (1985), The Naked Man (1998) and Gambit (2012).
Produced on a small budget of million, Fargo was a critical and commercial success, with particular praise for its dialogue and Mc Dormand's performance.Frances Mc Dormand appears in a brief uncredited role.The Coens wrote and directed the crime thriller Fargo (1996), set in their home state of Minnesota. Macy), who has serious financial problems, has his wife kidnapped so that his wealthy father-in-law will pay the ransom.The film received several awards, including a BAFTA award and Cannes award for direction, and two Oscars: a Best Original Screenplay and a Best Actress Oscar for Mc Dormand.In the Coens' next film, the black comedy The Big Lebowski (1998), "The Dude" (Jeff Bridges), a Los Angeles slacker, is used as an unwitting pawn in a kidnapping plot with his bowling buddies (Steve Buscemi and John Goodman).