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While it appears that there are some villainous characters in the story, there are in fact none.
Even Dixon ends up finding some sort of redemption although it is hard to justify his previous behavior.
His background as a playwright shines through more in the writing than in the direction which is not stage-y in the least.
However, the sense that the town is much smaller than it appears to be lingers throughout.
There is nothing that compares to the pain of a parent whose child has been murdered. Nine months have passed since her daughter Angela was raped and then set on fire by some sadistic freak.
It is the unthinkable, the unimaginable – what every parent has nightmares about. No progress whatsoever has been made in finding her killer.
Harrelson also plays a decent sort with rough edges who is facing the end of his life and not necessarily with the dignity he would like to.
The three billboards are painted red with copy in big black letters: RAPED AND KILLED, AND STILL NO ARRESTS? He informs Chief Willoughby (Harrelson) who goes ballistic but after asking Mildred politely to remove the billboards, he confesses that he has pancreatic cancer and he doesn’t want his family to have to deal with another unpleasant thing.
It turns out Willoughby is actually a decent sort who is trying his damndest to solve the case but there simply isn’t enough evidence.
While it is Mc Dormand’s movie, it is not hers alone.
Watching her tightly controlled rage which from time to time her humanity breaks through is simply a clinic.
The movie is about that true but it is also about forgiveness, redemption and humanity in the face of intolerable grief.