“I’m looking for a job. In fact, I made up my mind to find a career that I can learn and grow into. Who am I? I’m a hard-worker, I set high goals and I’ve been told that I am persistent.”
In an early scene from “Nightcrawler,” Louis Bloom, Jake Gyllenhaal’s character, seems to be a creepy nobody who sells stolen metal scraps for a living. But when he asserts for work, you realize he crows like a cocky go-getter. Even so, it hardly negates his creepy vibe. His gaunt face, his tunnel stare, his Professor Snape hair. The little angel on your shoulder warns you to stay away from him, but the movie nudges you to follow.