“Truth, like art, is in the eye of the beholder. You believe what you choose, and I’ll believe what I know.”
— as spoken by Kevin Spacey in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
I like its self-centered subjectivity, where his beliefs are known but others are only chosen. I also like the movie’s love of Southern weirdos, excuse me, characters. For all its many flaws, it’s sometimes a grand old place, a lot more accepting than some give it credit for… so long as you don’t say the wrong thing.