David Edelstein reviews A Most Wanted Man, starring the late Philip Seymour Hoffman:

Part of me wishes that Philip Seymour Hoffman’s final lead performance, in A Most Wanted Man, wasn’t very good. I know that sounds perverse. But if he’d been flailing as an actor at the end, it would make his loss easier to bear from an artistic—if not a human—perspective. The thing is, though, the actor we see in this movie is at his absolute peak. This might even be my favorite Hoffman performance of all, damn it.

Amamos a este hombre, y su pérdida será irremplazable. Tuvimos una suerte inmensa de verlo en vivo en Broadway, en el rol protagónico de la tremenda “The Dead of a Salesman” del no menos tremendo Arthur Miller. Momentos atesorados para siempre.