Tuesday, 31 January 2012


"In Zodiac, every time a piece of evidence trembles into view, it quickly recedes again. That movie is an expression of philosophical despair: the truth can never be known. Dragon Tattoo says the opposite: it celebrates deduction, high-end detective work - what Edgar Allan Poe called "ratiocination." Everything can be known if you look long and hard enough, especially if you have no scruples about hacking into people's bank accounts, e-mails, and business records."
by David Denby
in the New Yorker Dec 12, 2011

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