The Coens made their feature debut with Blood Simple (1984) and built a cult following with the comedy Raising Arizona (1987). But they wouldn't find mainstream success until the release of their offbeat neo-noir Fargo (1996), which won two Oscars.
In 2007, the Coens reaped more critical acclaim and netted three Academy Awards with No Country for Old Men, including statuettes for Best Director and Best Picture. Four years later, the siblings garnered multiple Oscar nods for their remake of True Grit.
In 1950s Hollywood, Eddie Mannix labors behind the scenes to "fix" the indiscretions committed by a major film studio's marquee stars. But Eddie has his work cut out when some angry scriptwriters abduct a screen idol from a movie set.