“The Outfit,” September 30, 2022, Amazon Prime. Leonard (Mark Rylance) is a cutter not a tailor. A Saville Row trained cutter. He produces the finest men’s suits. And, in his little Chicago shop, he makes them for all sorts of people. Chicago is dark and sinister as it often is; and the filming of the dark, almost sepia, shop enhances that darkness. Gangsters use his shop as a drop and patronize his wears. But this is Chicago, and the gangs are warring with race playing a part. The mob that utilizes/controls his shop/drop is seeking acceptance by “The Outfit,” a transnational league of gangs. And the FBI is trying to find out what’s up. And all is not what it seems. It never is. Mable his assistant/clerk is dating one of the thugs which bothers Leonard greatly. Rylance is, as always, remarkable. Zoey Deutsch’s Mabel works well as do the other principals. Graham Moore’s script and direction are usually taught, although it sometimes meanders more than it might. Sometimes it feels more like a play than a film. And did I mention that Rylance is remarkable, and things are rarely what they seem?