(FILM) Even though he doesn't look it (or weigh it), Philip Seymour Hoffman is Truman Capote, circa the composition of Capote's gory nonfiction novel In Cold Blood. The camera plays low-key observer to Hoffman's smart, fey, monstrously driven writer—a portrayal that, like a religious icon, inspires both unspeakable horror and indescribable awe. (Egyptian, 805 E Pine St, 781-5755, 1:30 pm, 4:15 pm, 7 pm, and 9:45 pm.)