The crinkly smiles of those elderly ladies in that Atlantic City hotel, as it were, still give me the willies. When was the last time a camera did a 360 on a dense crowded set and changed half of the set (but not the actors) while the camera was otherwise engaged? Few sequences have better explained the axiom that “simple is beautiful.” Or that the best way of portraying a state of psychological delusion inside a character’s head is to play it straight and banal.