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‘Fargo’ Creator Comments on TV Violence and Coen Brothers’ Influence

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Hollywood often uses blood and gore for entertainment. If you need proof, then look no further than any Quentin Tarantino film. The 1996 film Fargo had its fair share of gruesome scenes but the Coen brothers used that violence to challenge audiences, as opposed to entertaining them. So when Noah Hawley created the Fargo series adaptation in 2014, he wanted to approach that bloody aspect in a similar way to its previous counterpart.

“I never want violence to be entertainment. Thinking about Fargo, with the Coen brothers as a model, the violence in their movies is always sudden and always gruesome,” Hawley said in an interview with Esquire. “My approach in Fargo has been that violence onscreen is a useful way to help the viewer examine what they wanted to happen. You thought you wanted violence because we’re trained to want violence, but what if the violence is ugly and awful? It’s not so easy, I hope, to root for one person to kill another person.”

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It’s Time to Dance Your Cares Away With the ‘Fraggle Rock’ Reboot!

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All things in life are cyclical, and that includes the delightful weirdness of Jim Henson’s ‘Fraggle Rock’. Here’s what we know about the reboot.

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Jets Can’t Dig Out of Big First Period Hole in 5-2 Loss in Nashville

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Winnipeg fell behind 3-0 after one and could not recover.

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Northwestern Researchers Discover New, More Patient-friendly Treatment for Type 1 Diabetes

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Researchers at Northwestern recently discovered a new potential mechanism for treating Type 1 diabetes.  Using biomedical engineering and nanotechnology — the engineering of microscopic materials to conduct processes — researchers can make one-time insulin-producing cell injections into mice without provoking large-scale immune responses. McCormick Prof. Guillermo Ameer said he joined McCormick Prof. Evan Scott roughly…

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