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Unformatted text preview: This was the same with Truman himself. It was based on true people and events. Everything was depicted accurately. This was a realistic film. The movie itself was to show and explain what it was like for Truman to write “In Cold Blood.” It successfully showed this with great detail. The props, backdrops, and costumes depicted the time period well. It was in the 1950’s and 1960’s that this occurred in New York and Kansas. Overall, the movie “Capote” was a film the kept me watching and never left me bored. The actors and actresses were fit for the parts. The plot did seem slow at times, but kept moving steadily. The idea trying to be conveyed was conveyed clearly. The producer and director did a good job putting the pieces together for this movie....
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- Fall '08
- In Cold Blood, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ben Bridges Movie, Clifton Collins Jr, fellow writer Harper