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    Reader comments on Capote

    Subject: Re: Capote
    Date: Jan 6, 2006
    Sender: P. MeeksPrevious | Next

    It is hard to imagine that a film of this quality would overlook Hoffman's dirty fingernails in all those close-ups. It would seem that this was intentional indicating that Capote actully had dirty nails and the film wanted to remain true to Capote's habits. But, if this is so, wouldn't you think the filmmakers might have overlooked this very unimportant aspect of his character since it in no way brought anything to the role played by Hoffman. I was disgusted by it even if it was true and doubly disgusted by it if it was not true.

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    Re: Capote

    I also noticed the dirty fingernails. What's that all about? Is that a Hoffman or a Capote trait. Its hard to imagine such an impeccably dressed man as Capote with dirty fingernails.






    Comment index:

  • Capote   from Capote, Nov 7, 2005
  • Re: Capote   from MIKE, Dec 10, 2005
  • » Re: Capote «   from P. Meeks, Jan 6, 2006
  • Re: Capote   from EC MILLER, Jan 22, 2006
  • Re: Capote   from john rocha, Feb 15, 2006
  • Re: Capote   from Chris, Jul 27, 2006
  • Capote is a nice film but .........   from Lalit Rao, May 10, 2008
  • Capote   from Capote, Nov 7, 2005
  • Re: Capote   from MIKE, Dec 10, 2005
  • » Re: Capote «   from P. Meeks, Jan 6, 2006
  • Re: Capote   from EC MILLER, Jan 22, 2006
  • Re: Capote   from john rocha, Feb 15, 2006
  • Re: Capote   from Chris, Jul 27, 2006
  • Capote is a nice film but .........   from Lalit Rao, May 10, 2008