Audiences love obsessives. Set a character with a crazy, unquenchable hunger center stage and they eat it up, whether the character's hunger is for money, love, fame, or anything else. The public can often develop an unquenchable appetite of its own for seeing the mania in action, as when Shakespeare's kings fixate on power or piety, Mamet's crooks on bringing off the big deal. Obsession's the... More >>>