David Fincher's "Zodiac" is a film that demands time. It does so with its longwinding running time. It does so by its narrated time of three decades. And it definitely does so in terms of categorizing what the movie means and what it stands for in the cinematic chronicles. Filmcritic turned filmmaker Olivier Assayas and critic Kent Jones recently talked about the film at BAMcinemaFEST.
IFC.com's Independent Eye runs a little story about this noteable evening and makes a few inspiring points about Fincher's unusual serial killer film.
Big thanks to Fitz for providing the link to this story!