- September 30, 2005
- R, 1 hr 55 min
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Truman Capote was known for his eccentric personality and mannerisms. Running in both literary and celebrity circles, the author redefined the idea of true-crime books with the release of <i>In Cold Blood</i>. Capote researched the case about a Kansas family murdered by a pair of drifters, and presented the details of the crime in a narrative way closer to fiction. Capote became close with the convicted killer, and the lines between journalism and personal intent were blurred the more involved Capote became.