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Coens to Film In Minnesota

The Coen brothers decided to shoot another film in Minnesota, despite hard lobbying in Wisconsin to have the directors move shop across the border, according to the Pioneer Press.
The Coen brothers, who wrote and directed Fargo, among many other films, decided to film their newest film, “A Serious Man,? in their native Minnesota. The film is budgeted at $15 million and the shoot is expected to last 50 days. Great benefits are expected to come to Minnesota as a result of shooting here.
One insider who’s read the “A Serious Man? script called it “funny as hell,? according to the Pioneer Press. The shoot is expected to begin in April.