American Psycho killer, qu’est ce que c’est?
I’m young, unscrupulous, highly motivated, highly skilled. In essence what I’m saying is that society cannot afford to lose me. I’m an asset.”
Those words appear on the first page of Bret Easton Ellis’ controversial–and equally popular–1991 novel American Psycho and set the tone for a story of arrogance and unvarnished greed played out in the supposed “go-go” ’80s.