Another catch-up for me, and I’ll make this quick. This 2005 film revolves around famed writer Truman Capote and his research and writing of his book Cold Blood. Capote becomes totally fascinated by the brutal slaying of a family of four in Kansas and befriends one of the suspects and based on this portrayal, possibly falls in love with him. I’ve been a fan of Philip Seymour Hoffman since first noticing him in Twister. He never fails to give a great performance and that is especially true of this movie. It’s not for everyone, but this is a strange yet engrossing tale and probably a must see for any drama/murder mystery fan.
Recently I decided I should go back and relearn some of MY songs to play in my rehearsal routine. I'm finding some of the most difficult things I can play to are my own songs. Guess I had something to prove back then. LOL
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Nah, that's not racist.
Wrong! Ignorance, the lack of moral fiber, and a total disregard for laws (IOW liberal politics) are collectively the current public health crisis.
But... that's racist.
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