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'Capote' (2005)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

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'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art
'Capote' (2005) - film-art

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'Capote' (2005)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

Director: Bennett Miller

Writers : Dan Futterman, Gerald Clarke

Stars : Philip Seymour Hoffman, Clifton Collins Jr., Catherine Keener, Allie Mickelson

Famed writer Truman Capote, southern born and bred but now part of the New York City social circle, is growing weary of his current assignment of writing autobiographical type pieces for the New Yorker. After reading a newspaper article about the just occurred November 14, 1959 cold blooded murders of the Clutter family in their rural Kansas home, Truman feels compelled to write about that event as his next article. So he and his personal assistant Nelle Harper Lee, also a southern born New Yorker and an aspiring writer of her own, head to Kansas to research the story first-hand. Truman hopes to use his celebrity status to gain access to whomever he needs, such as to Laura Kinney, a friend of the Clutter daughter she who discovered the bodies, and to Alvin Dewey, the lead police investigator and also a Clutter family friend. If his celebrity doesn't work, Truman will grease the wheels by whatever means necessary. When the police eventually charge suspects, two young men named Dick ...