"Boston Strangler" offers genre delights over political truths

Loretta McLaughlin (Keira Knightley) has it rough. She's a woman journalist in the early 1960s, in smoke-filled rooms with clattering keyboards, where her gender covers the fluffier topics like lifestyle and fashion. In Matt Ruskin's Boston Strangler, which premiered last week on Hulu, the material toll of dogged journalism can sometimes outweigh the benefits of the pursuit of truth. — Read the rest