September 30, 2005 (LA/NY)
Rated R for some violent images and brief strong language
On November 15, 1959, the brutal murder of a family in a small Kansas town sent shockwaves through the nation - and captured the attention of one of the most distinctive minds of our time. One-of-a-kind author Truman Capote was sent to Kansas to pen an article about the crimes for The New Yorker magazine. He ended up writing one of the most celebrated books of the century.
Capote follows Truman Capote (Hoffman) on his odyssey...
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Philip Seymour Hoffman has always stood out in the films he's been in, no matter how small the role. He chooses his projects carefully - he doesn't have a bad movie on his resume since 1998's "Patch Adams," although "Along Came Polly" was nothing to scream about - and has slowly developed a name for himself in the same way that William H. Macy has, as one of the best supporting actors in the game. But Hoffman has broken through in a large way with "Capote." Full movie review »