About the terrible movie “High Fidelity”, I wish to make a tangential remark. There are many things in our culture for which there does not exist an adequate movie. Movies are good at capturing the essence of certain things, like anxiety over loss, or ambivalence about parents, or being stalked by a small doll with a knife, and terrible at more culturally specific things, like graffiti, or cycling, or record stores of the 1990s.