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Ashleigh Louise Klaassen over 2 years ago
It left me feeling that I could still read the book and there would be more there for me.
Austin over 5 years ago
Philip Seymour Hoffman will be sorely missed.
Michael Cole over 5 years ago
Excellent performance by Hoffman
Agus Echagüe almost 6 years ago
Watch it to watch him. He is unbelievable.
Dominic Dirupo almost 7 years ago
About as unsympathic as a portrait gets. Love PSH but not in this
Jonathan Roland Kratzner almost 7 years ago
Hoffman finally gets to shine as a star for this wonderful film.
T.Gibbs 7 years ago
Deep
Mobina Parvaneh 5 months ago
ARTISTNPOET 1 year ago
Michelle Arostegui over 1 year ago
J How over 1 year ago
Matthew Bettencourt over 1 year ago
Courtney Bess over 1 year ago
Itzel Amieva almost 2 years ago
Catalina De Vera almost 2 years ago
Sean LaFleur 2 years ago
Sam Snapp over 2 years ago
Jonathan Evans over 2 years ago
Milda over 2 years ago
Capote is a 2005 biographical film about Truman Capote, following the events during the writing of Capote's non-fiction book In Cold Blood. Philip Seymour Hoffman won several awards, including the Academy Award for Best Actor, for his critically acclaimed portrayal of the title role. The movie was based on Gerald Clarke's biography Capote. The movie was filmed mostly in Manitoba in the autumn of 2004. It was released September 30, 2005, to coincide with Truman Capote's 81st birthday. The film opens in Kansas with the discovery of the dead bodies of four of the members of the Clutter family by a family friend. While reading The New York Times, Truman Capote is riveted by the story of the Clutters and calls The New Yorker editor William Shawn to tell him that he plans to document the tragedy. He travels to Kansas with his childhood friend Harper Lee. Lee was then in the process of writing To Kill a Mockingbird which the film refers to several times. Capote sets about interviewing those...
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