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Talking Heads > American Psycho > Christian Bale > Tom Cruise > Miles Fisher > Mad Men

A series of connections:

Director Mary Harron, on working with Christian Bale to develop the character of Patrick Bateman in "American Psycho":

"We talked about how Martian-like Patrick Bateman was, how he was looking at the world like somebody from another planet, watching what people did and trying to work out the right way to behave. And then one day he called me and he had been watching Tom Cruise on David Letterman, and he just had this very intense friendliness with nothing behind the eyes, and he was really taken with this energy."

(Also see: "Dexter" for a similar sociopathic study.)

Miles Fisher as Tom Cruise in "Superhero Movie":

Miles Fisher as a post-Princeton dope dealer in a recent episode of "Mad Men" ("My Old Kentucky Home"):

(tip: Andrew Sullivan)

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