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Biopics, Crime, Drama
Writer Truman Capote was internationally renowned for his fine creative talents. He was a man equally capable of turning his hand to journalism, plays, novels or film scripts. But he was also a difficult man whose decision-making could be highly questionable - and both sides of his personality would come into play when he wrote a bestselling book about the murder of a family in rural Holcomb, Kansas. This is a fine portrait of someone for who the story was always the most important thing, and a fascinating glimpse of an early example of what we now know as celebrity culture.
This film contains violent images and one use of strong bad language.
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