When first seeing the film, I had preconceptions of what to expect from the film.I thought Eastwood
would have just made Hoover just the way we all know him to be, as a blakmaling, dispical man, which in a way the movie did show.But I liked how Clint was able to handle all the known facts and all the speculation of Hoover, and was able to put into view a way for the audiece to make there own assuptions.What the film also showed was the conflicting emotions of how Edgar himself felt about his sexuality.And how for that time that if he could not find love, he would find it in his work.And with that he found someone, in a wired way through his assistant director of the FBI.And the way Clint handled that was also well directed.He was very careful not to over emphasize the infatuation that Hoover and his No.2 had for one another.In a way, it was a courtly love.They had a nuetral respect for one another, and stayed distant lovers, but most importantly close friends right to Edgars death.
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