Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.

There’s a quasi-classic filmmaking adage, attributed to Stanley Kubrick I think, about how making a movie is basically having four or five good, memorable scenes connected by a story. Which, come to think of it, makes sense when you’re talking about Kubrick due to the slow, deliberate and lengthy nature of his scenes.

A lot of Fargo’s third season reminds me of this concept, as a lot of it didn’t feel all that fluid, but – damn – there were some really powerful, standout moments that resonated long after viewing. Protracted scenes that took their time as if they existed within a medium that held no time constraints or worry about the balance of narrative.

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Source: Fargo: Season 3 Finale Review

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