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When they were children, Joel saved money from mowing lawns to buy a Vivitar Super 8 camera.Together, the brothers remade movies they saw on television, with their neighborhood friend Mark Zimering ("Zeimers") as the star.Produced on a small budget of million, Fargo was a critical and commercial success, with particular praise for its dialogue and Mc Dormand's performance.The film received several awards, including a BAFTA award and Cannes award for direction, and two Oscars: a Best Original Screenplay and a Best Actress Oscar for Mc Dormand.The following year, they released Barton Fink (1991); set in 1941, in which a New York playwright (the eponymous Barton Fink played by John Turturro) moves to Los Angeles to write a B-movie.He settles down in his hotel room to commence writing but suffers writer's block until he is invaded by the man next door (John Goodman).
The film starred Frances Mc Dormand, who would go on to feature in many of the Coen brothers' films (and marry Joel).
Miller's Crossing, released in 1990, starred Albert Finney, Gabriel Byrne, and John Turturro.
The film is about feuding gangsters in the Prohibition era, inspired by Dashiell Hammett's novels Red Harvest (1920) and The Glass Key (serialized in 1930).
The Coens wrote and directed the crime thriller Fargo (1996), set in their home state of Minnesota. Macy), who has serious financial problems, has his wife kidnapped so that his wealthy father-in-law will pay the ransom.
His plan goes wrong when the kidnappers deviate from the plan and local cop Marge Gunderson (Mc Dormand) starts to investigate.
The Hudsucker Proxy (co-written with Raimi) was released in 1994.