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Fargo (Dir. Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, 1996): William H. Macy plays Jerry Lundegaard, a Minneapolis car salesman who is, by all accounts, a loser. He is desperately in debt, so decides to hires two thugs (who are bigger losers than he is) to kidnap his wife in the hope that his wealthy father-in-law (who bullies him regularly) will pay the ransom. When one of the kidnappers goes off the rails and events career out of control, it falls to Marge Gunderson, Chief of the Brainerd Police Department, to set things right.
Sex, Lies And Videotape (Dir. Steven Soderbergh, 1989): With smoldering sensuality and biting humor, the surprising relationship between the three title subjects is revealed in Sex, Lies, and Videotapes, one of the most-talked about erotic comedy of the eighties. James Spader ran away with the Best Actor prize at the Cannes Film Festival for his brilliantly understated and seductive performance as Graham, a long-lost college friend who drifts back into town and into the lives of John, a self-involved philanderer, his angelic wife, Ann, and her saucy sister, Cynthia. One by one, each is drawn into the very "personal project" Graham is working on, leaving the relationships between them forever transformed.