How often have your said to yourself “I liked the movie so much more than the book” or are you more likely to think “The book was so much better than the movie?” Well, now you can talk about it and hear what others think at The Loft Cinema Book Club! We will host a moderated discussion following the film.
"An excellent quasi-documentary, which sends shivers down the spine while moving the viewer to ponder." - Bosley Crowther, New York Times
Legendary writer Truman Capote stunned the world with this chilling true story of murder and madness in the sleepy small town of Holcomb, Kansas – an influential and controversial literary classic, part fact and part fiction, that offered terrifying insight into the dark nature of American violence. Oscar-winning filmmaker Robert Brook’s (Elmer Gantry) unsettling, “semi-documentary” film adaptation stars Robert Blake and Scott Wilson as one of the screen’s most insidious criminal duos. (Dir. by Robert Brooks, 1967, USA, 134 mins., Rated R) Digital