Frances McDormand’s Best Movies and How to Watch Them
The Man Who Wasn’t There (2001)
An emotionally sluggish, chain-smoking hairdresser (Billy Bob Thornton) suspects his wife (Frances McDormand) is having an affair with her boss (James Gandolfini) that he sees as an opportunity to blackmail his way into the laundry business until the time comes Turn for the worse in the 1940s Sacramento.
Why it’s one of Frances McDormand’s best films: Co-writer and co-director Joel Coen re-casts his wife as an unfaithful spouse involved in a deadly plot in the old school film Noir Throwback: The Man Who Wasn’t – one of the darker, but still pretty sassy Bizarre, Coen Brothers films with Frances McDormand.
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