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April 27, 2006



This excerpt is fascinating and on the mark, but you chose an apt time to truncate your post. The rest of the article veers toward a weird tangent.

Regardless, I agree that Capote was interesting in its complex depiction of colliding forces. It was infinitely more subtle than Crash. However, I still can't comprehend how you didn't think Brokeback Mountain was the best of the Oscar contenders.

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