From Tom Conroy of Media Life Magazine:
- ‘Call Me Fitz,’ on second thought, don’t
Many kinds of people are far more common in fiction than in real life: amnesiacs, evil twins, prostitutes with hearts of gold, former intelligence operatives out for revenge, amateur detectives. A relatively recent addition to that list is amoral young men who wear suits, drink old-school cocktails and idolize the Rat Pack. Read more.
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