(1967)

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89

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100
Fantastically powerful despite its flaws. (Review of Original Release)
100
The New York Times
Excellent quasidocumentary, which sends shivers down the spine. (Review of Original Release)
90
The most memorable section of the film is the chilling quarter-hour devoted to the apprehension and eventual murder of the Clutter family. Captured in unblinking, neo-documentary detail, it freezes the blood just as they did all those decades ago.
70
L.A. Weekly
Why Capote liked the movie so much (or said he did) isn't entirely clear, for though it's a gripping piece of American Gothic, it's as thematically timid as it is formally flamboyant.

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