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Fargo Remastered Edition on Blu-ray in April 2014

Originally released on Blu-ray by 20th Century Fox and MGM on May 12, 2009, the Coen Brother’s dark comedy Fargo is heading to Blu-ray once more in a newly remastered edition this April Fool’s Day, (April 1, 2014)  at a SRP of $19.99 from 20th Century Fox./MGM See below for more details.

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Fargo
The “middle of nowhere” has never looked better in this new edition, now remastered for the best high-definition picture yet! In this film Nominated for seven OSCARS®, * things go terribly awry when small-time Minnesota car salesman Jerry Lundegaard (William H. Macy) hires two thugs (Steve Buscemi and Peter Stormare) to kidnap his wife so he can collect the ransom from his wealthy father-in-law. Once people start dying, the very chipper and very pregnant Police Chief Marge (Frances McDormand) takes the case. Will she stop at nothing until she gets her man? You betcha.

Special Features:

  • Feature Audio Commentary with Director of Photography Roger A. Deakins
  • Minnesota Nice
  • Trivia Track
  • American Cinematographer Article
  • Photo Gallery
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spot

Fargo Blu-ray

  • Street Date: April 1, 2014
  • Screen Format:  Widescreen 1.85:1
  • Audio:  English DTS-HD MA 5.1, Spanish DTS 5.1, French DTS 5.1
  • Subtitles: English/Spanish/French
  • U.S. Rating: R
  • Total Run Time: 140 minutes
  • Closed Captioned: Yes

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