Jeff Sessions and Kamala Harris at the Senate Intelligence committee reminded me of this scene.
"The heck do you mean"
It deserved an entire series.
His eyes have such a look of fear in them. Those little facial twitches. You can't teach an actor those little things, Macy is a master to be able to become this character in every little way.
Two great actors.
BM's twitchiness and FMc's coolness here is when Fargo moved into the rare realm of greatest films of all time.
I've never understood what he's doing at the beginning of this scene. What is it with these cars? I guess he borrowed money fraudulently with cars that don't exist as collateral?
22 people aren't cooperating !
the role of his life, maybe. :-)
I guess you could say that season 1 of the show and the movie are "CONNECTED"!
Ya darn tootin
Oookay! Are ya sure?
No way Wade!
Frances McDormand was supreme in this film!
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do people really talk like this in Minneapolis???
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William H. Macy plays the perfect piece of shit nervous wreck in this movie and Frances McDormand is hilarious
Martin freeman really tried to emulate lundegaard in season 1 and for the most part it worked
I <3 Golf
that. is. perfect. acting.
It would be sooo easy to overact in that scene but she did it sooo perfectly!
I think I picked up on some subtle messages on this scene. So the cop lady, She's pregnant and hormonal, and William Macy's character is the first guy in awhile who wasn't charmed by her (since he was so on edge) and it actually turned her on! Check out the Cop Woman's eyes as he walks away, she seemly looks down and checks out his ass like 3 times lol.. am I imagining this? or is this scene supposed to come across that way?
lol what exactly does "you're darn tootin" mean and so people actually say it?
this movie never gets old no matter how many times I've seen it love every minute of it
I love how Jerry seems to think he's being so clever and sneaky with everybody, but in reality it's so obvious he's covering up for something with his blustering BS....
Having grandparents and an aunt from Brainerd, but never having been to Minnesota or even the midwest, I grew up hearing "Okie dokie," Darn Tootin," "You betcha" and "quicker than a duck on a june bug," etc., but couldn't imagine people actually talked that way there.
I was born in Minneapolis. My parents are from Duluth. This may be my favorite move. I was lucky. I joined the military at 18 and stayed with it for 20 years. So I never got trapped in this type of accent. But I love talking to my cousins who sound like this
Reminds me of Trump's press conferences
Youre darn tootin'
i felt like I was gonna have a panic attack watching this high
I just love how Jerry blows up at Marge. He now knows he's in deep shit.
being from the fargo area, i can confidently say we don't sound Canadian
oh . so this is what Frank Gallagher did before becoming a drunk junkie
Jerry looks to me that he has completely flipped; he is finally aware of the the mess that he has gotten himself into and how miserably all of his assorted schemes have failed.
Throughout the movie, I was always cracking up whenever they would say something like, "darn" or "darn-tooting". It would crack me up.
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"ahh what the Christ" is so hilarious to me
00:00 Oh HAHAHA he's still scribbling over the serial numbers so no one and read them!!
Does that accent actually exist? I think its class, where is it? I'll fly over from Ireland just to hear it.
I'm from Wisconsin, and some people there have this accent.
+Sophie Reed I'm just going to pretend I didn't read that and keep thinking everyone in the Midwest has that accent, why couldn't you just lie and say it. when my cousins from Boston visited Ireland and they asked me about leprechauns I brought them up mountains looking for them.
this is a pretty specific accent... I've seen it, and seen it this strong, in the iron range of Minnesota, North of duluth. usually only by older folks though.
tony lennon You'll only hear this thick of an accent up north in the rural areas of Minnesota. Very very rare in the more populated areas, although I do find myself exaggerating the O's in some words. When I visited California some lady pointed it out to me and asked if I was from the Midwest haha!
+ZombryaTheDark Is it as strong as the version in Fargo
Darn tootin, ahhh what the Christ!
1:07 I love how Macy's voice cracks when he says Sale's Manager 😂
Little Details like that is what separates just good Actors, from Awesome ones.. He just absolutely nails this Character .
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cant believe this clip leaves out one of the best lines in the movie by not extending the clip for 10 seconds. what a shame.
Now fellurs, dis here boi
is a bunch of North-American Scandinavians if I ever seen one.
Dead give away
And then he drives away...
As a Minnesooootaaaiin I can't really sound like this? Can I?
Jerry Lundergaard must be the saddest most pathetic human being ever LOL XD
Macys performance is awesome
I'm about to nab that award
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0:23 is what you say when your boss asks you to do something when your busy as shit all ready
Oh for Pete's sake, he's fleeing the interview! He's fleeing the interview!
MusicAreaHQ and now is Trump who's fleeing...
+princess pheonix fuck off
macy should have won an oscar.
Fargo is one of my all-time favorite movies... and my favorite scenes are these—Jerry being interviewed by Margie. He is SO good at being the "shit-in-my-pants" suspect. Love how his voice jumps when he says, "... Executive SALES Manager...". LOL!
what happened with Jerrys son afterwards? A guess?
Oh my god it's Frank.
Idk why but I find this deputy and the deputy from the tv show are cute as heck.
don't. get. snippy. with. me. k.
lot. count. k.
I'm the Executive Sales Manager!
The two of them...together.
Absolutely brilliant. Terrific acting by two great actors.
This is a wonderful film, it's brilliantly written and directed, but I don't like McDormand's performance at all. It's mannered, it's patronising, it never feels real. Maybe that's why she won the Oscar! That bit where she says, "Y'kno -, connected!" is the low point for me. Plus her reaction to his deciding to do the lot count there and then doesn't mesh with what went before - based on the foregoing dialogue, that was exactly what she wanted him to do (perhaps that discrepancy should be blamed on the Coens though, not the actress).
The smile after "connected"
all he had to do was play cool and play dumb when he checked inventory. his character is so pathetic that he can't keep cool. nicely written character
Lester Nygard vs Molly Solverson
or Peggy and Ed Blumquist vs Lou Solverson
Well I'm sorry! 😨
That guy must be awesome at poker.
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Two of the best actors in the best Coen brothers film, darn tooting. PTxS
I'm kinda busy here, making up VIN numbers on some of these vehicles.
Funny. Great scene.
"Okay, ARE YOU SURE?" lol
I just got how he's blunting the pencil to purposefully smudge the serial numbers. What a rascal.
I think this happens a lot in real life, where people just crack the second they come into contact with law enforcement.
Especially people who have a conscience.
Probably not this bad, but I would tend to agree.
God them cars is FAST
Frances McDormand and William H. Macy both attended Bethany College in West Virginia.
+Copacetic Nah, I think they went to WVU
+Berthasfave1 With Mike Yanagita and Norm Son-of-a-Gunderson?
I just noticed that when it shows Jerry, it's a close up, while when it shows Marge, it's an over the shoulder shot. The only time there's an over the shoulder of Jerry, it's when Marge stands up, and the camera is looking down at him.
Turns out, you can have fun and have good meaning with just shot-reverse-shot.
You fucked up this whole scene by cutting it where you cut it. Anyone who has never seen the film now thinks that Jerry is going out to do a lot count, thanks to you.
1:23 You can tell Margie just realized, ''Oh heck! This darn tootin' has somethin' to do with all this!''
This scene is a great lesson: when you ask what seems like a simple question and you encounter such an irrational reaction, the red flags should automatically go up. Marge is fortunate Lundergarde was not armed or trapped. He might have gone out shooting in that tiny office had it come to that.
I'm from Fargo and we sound nothing like this 😂
+Dave Mohammad These characters are Minnesotans. Despite the title, most of the film takes place in Minneapolis, Brainerd, and Moose Lake, MN.
1:07..."I would know...I'm the executive sales manager!" LOL
They're holding all the cards here, you ask Stan Grossman, he'll tell ya the same thing.
He's fleeing the interview!
1:20 : ma'am! I answered your questions!
+Dhieen Sir, you have no call to get snippy with me I'm just doing my job.
She's such a super ladee!
I can't look at him the same anymore since binge watching Shameless
Nope, this accent can't be faked. Cheers to the effort they took, but I can hear the struggle.
Frances was absolutely fantastic in her role!
So this is what Sam Gallagher did before he had 6 kids
'...and we're doing all we can' The way Macy touches his face and mouth after that line is brilliance.
i m bored i could put any new movie i haven t see but then i saw fargo i ve seen several times and oh what the hell, that way i m sure to get a good movie
Frances McDormand was just perfect.
she reminds me of that spectre villain chris waltz
They sound irish
No they don't...