Infamous is weirdly like a mashup of Entertainment Tonight and a story out of Dostoyevsky. Toby Jones' Capote is wonderful and the film is quite moving. The murderer Perry White oddly resembles a Clint Eastwood character in his buttoned-upness/lashing out in violence. And Truman Capote is frequently pictured in a red room - the albino appears in a red room in Eiger sanction, they're both hothouse environments. It poses numerous questions about the redemptive and destructive qualities of story-telling (the film, not the red room).
Anyone else seen either of these?