The film wants to treat Jeffrey Dahmer like a character, but it invariably frames him like a specimen.
The film seems more interested in its art design then in fully developing the story’s underlying sexual ethics.
The title of last night’s episode of Mad Men comes from a handbook for hobos written by Nels Anderson.
The dark truth at the center of “Time & Life” is that business is always personal.
The more overwhelming intimation of the title is the idea of making plans in general, and the unwavering fallibility of said activity.
Showrunner Matthew Weiner and company crafted an episode riddled with allusions to business as a love affair.
Don’s Hawaiian “experience,” as he calls it, is so intense and unsettling that it creates a noticeable breach in his disposition.