Below is one of my all time favorite scenes, from one of my favorite films. It's wonderfully written to capture the nuances of the Upper Midwestern culture. It's fantastically acted. The pace is perfect. And Joel and Ethan Coen masterfully decided not to include the reversal shot.
Even though the framing is awful, the image of small town humanity in front of the large Midwestern industrial mill is highly fitting within the themes of the film. It's scenes like this that I love to study in order to better appreciate the brilliance of great filmmaking.
I wish I was able to write something as amazing as this scene. This is why Fargo is such a classic movie: