Ripley: Andrew Scott captivates.

He shows off his talent, charm, and reptilian hotness here. Andrew Scott plays Patricia Highsmith's antihero in Netflix's eight-part dramatization of The Talented Mr. Ripley, the first of the pulpy “Ripliad” novels. 

Tom Ripley lives in a rundown New York flophouse and makes a meager living as a white-collar criminal, diverting mail and checks and establishing false debt collection organizations. 

Bad men—and good fraudsters—are hard to contain. He accepts Dickie Greenleaf's father's offer—the only one of his friends who, 

will—to go to Italy on an all-expenses-paid vacation to persuade his son (Johnny Flynn) to leave his wastrel life in Europe and return home.  

Runs as far as he can with it gripped to his chest with both hands. 

Tom gradually gains Dickie's trust and molds himself around his friend's personality and wants, while Marge (Dakota Fanning), the golden boy's coolly evaluating fiancée, watches with growing mistrust from her sidelined position. 

Fans of the book and Anthony Minghella's 1999 film The Talented Mr. Ripley (with Matt Damon as Tom, Jude Law as Dickie, 

 and Gwyneth Paltrow as Marge), will know the plot. But its new execution is impressive. 

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