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10 Female Characters We Love, Even Though They’re Barely Geeky In Any Way
by Jamie Frevele and Alanna Bennett | 12:34 pm, August 9th, 2011
When we meet Fargo‘s Marge, she is heavily pregnant and asleep. We don’t know anything about the baby, but we soon find out that she has to go investigate a triple homicide. It’s very early in the morning, but she gets up to head out and her husband insists on waking up with her to make her breakfast. It’s life, everyone. And Marge is living it just like all of us. But she’s just so bent on doing her job well, making it her mission to find the suspect, staying within the bounds of the law, keeping herself — and everyone else in town — safe, really. But will this lady pull out her gun if she has to? Yes, she will. Does she have doubts? Yes, she does. But it’s just the way it is, isn’t it? When you watch Marge in Fargo, it is a seriously easygoing experience of a woman doing her job to make the world a better place. Not just for the baby she’s about to have, but for everyone.
Something that’s so great about Fargo is how they wrote Marge without dwelling on her pregnancy. Some movies are all about pregnancy; that’s nearly the entire story. But by the end of this movie, we don’t have a gender for this child, and there’s only the most general acknowledgment of it. Because this movie is about Marge. It’s about Marge, the way she does her job, the way she saves the day, and the way she appreciates and loves her life. It’s so easy to relate to her, and we wish she was real so we could send her cards during the holidays.
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