Here are three everyday common sense notions:
1. doctors have most potential frustration-related malice since they're caregivers and dispassionate
2. many people imagine that there are jewel thieves who are too clever to be captured by everyday police
3. crime analysis involved decoding why and how an insane criminal chooses his method of escape
These notions taken together suggest that psychological Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Malice" (1993) are artistically representative of humanity's understanding of criminal intentions.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?