It’s been said that as ’50s melodramas go Mad Men is richer and more layered than Sam MendesRevolutionary Road. Now Variety ‘s Todd McCarthy has gone one better in his latest “Deep Focus” column, arguing that Richard Quine ‘s Strangers When We Meet (’60) is also a fuller, more believable portrait of ’50s suburban angst than Mendes’ film. Speaking as an ardent Revolutionary Road fan, I found McCarthy’s words persuasive.