Directed commercial for H & R Block (2002).
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It's easy to offend people. People get uncomfortable, for instance, when the main character in a movie is not sympathetic in a Hollywood formula way. Our movies are loaded with things that aren't to everyone's taste. On the other hand, there's a scene in [O Brother, Where Art Thou?
(2000)] where a frog gets squished that everyone seems to like. It's all right to do the frog squishing.
The Coen Brothers are noted for their unusual writing process of not only eschewing outlines, but of not even concerning themselves what their story is about or who their characters are before beginning to write their screenplays. They will simply begin writing any scene they think up that they find to be interesting. Then, if they think of an interesting idea for a following scene, they will ...
Films often include characters or places with the stereotypes of the regions they take place in. The Mid-Western accents and snow-covered landscapes for Fargo
(1996), the South-Eastern accents and barren deserts of Arizona for Raising Arizona
(1987), the Southern accents and dust-bowl landscape for O Brother, Where Art Thou?
(2000), Los Angeles accents and life-style in The Big Lebowski