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The Boy Who Followed Ripley


"Ripley is an unmistakable descendant of Gatsby, that 'penniless young man without a past' who will stop at nothing." Frank Rich"

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by 27rus on May 6, 2007

... outstanding from all the Ripley saga. Tom here is not somewhat the mad psycho - the description given in most reviews - but quite a human, just maybe a bit irrational when taking after the boy in the first place who seemed to be affected by the Tom's personality. But affected in what way? Seeking for approvement of his own deed, or hiding from Lord pursuing him within himself? Ms. Highsmith The Great shows two killers: one is happily living under the soft dont-give-my-Papa-the-reason attitude of his pretty blonde wife, the other is on the edge - with lost of love, with lost of faith and with lost of soul innocense. Is Tom feeling tied up? The fact is he's not capable of feelings, but Frank's fate shakes him to the bone, he must wander about the way some guilty-kind ends it up. And show goes on.

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