This one-sheet seems like a rote, run-of-the-mill way of presenting Tomas Alfredson‘s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (Focus Features, 11.18). It tells you it’s going to deliver a highly detailed, particular and exacting plot about men in suits and ties. The book is about finding a high-level traitor in a haystack of hints and clues. So where are the hints of malice, psychological intrigue, alarm, skullduggery? All I’m getting is “intellectual crossword puzzle.”