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This needs to be really smart!

It’s a great story that people have used to make fun of “method” acting, but in reality, Butler writes, Hoffman was going through a divorce and using his character as an excuse to burn the candle at both ends. Olivier, sensing that Hoffman was really suffering, “delivered his famous one-liner with avuncular affection in response.”

A few days ago I was working on my next book, the dreadful thing, pinning index cards to gigantic pieces of cardboard I had saved from the packaging of a few large IKEA wardrobes we put together over the holidays. You know the scene from TV and the movies. (Especially David Fincher movies.) A grizzled detective, standing in front of a “murder wall,” trying to piece together the story, and crack the case: