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CapoteIn 1959, Truman Capote searches information about the murder of a Kansas family and makes decision to have a book to disclose events. Unwittingly, He falls in love with one of the killers, Perry Smith.Keywords:
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Directors of "Capote"Bennett MillerBirthdate: 30 December 1966, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Capote"Dan FuttermanBirthdate: 8 June 1967, Silver Spring, Maryland, USAGerald Clarke
Critic Reviews of "Capote"Village VoiceJanuary 05, 2006
Capote is a cool and polished hall of mirrors reflecting the ways in which Truman Capote came to write (and be written by) In Cold Blood.Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionOctober 29, 2005
Hoffman goes beyond impersonation to something close to possession.Chicago ReaderOctober 29, 2005
Skillfully and economically put together.Toronto StarOctober 28, 2005
The almost perfectly realized Capote -- stumbling only in the lack of shading it gives Keener's and Greenwood's characters -- offers a sobering glimpse at what the author had to give up of his soul to achieve his success.Orlando SentinelOctober 28, 2005
A meditation on the artist's obligations to the art and to society and lines that blur when you cross them.Houston ChronicleOctober 28, 2005
It's a fully realized look at a time and place as well as a riveting study of career obsessions warring with a sense of justice.The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)July 11, 2016
Its power comes from the slow, steady build to the execution of Perry Smith, the man half-responsible for the murders of a farming family of four, and what that death does to Capote.The WalrusFebruary 29, 2016
Miller and Futterman underscore the idea that what Capote's achievement does to the story of Hickock and Smith and the Clutter killings is to remove it from the actual world and place it in a literary one.Matt's Movie ReviewsJuly 06, 2010
In a career that has seen actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman play a vast array of characters (and very well at that), Hoffman has found the role of a lifetime which he delivers with uncanny precision.CinePassionSeptember 01, 2009
Aims for starkness but ends up as tastefulnessStyle Weekly (Richmond, VA)May 17, 2008
The Passion of Truman CapoteeFilmCritic.comJanuary 31, 2008
Hoffman tries, but mainly just gets the surface of Capote.
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