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From its inception, The Canyons sounded like a fiasco in the making, a Kickstarter-aided indie production featuring a director (Paul Schrader) and a writer (Bret Easton Ellis) many years removed from their signature works (1976’s Taxi Driver and 1985’s Less Than Zero, respectively), and a star, in Lindsay Lohan, whose many legal and substance abuse problems have been meticulously documented by the tabloid press. Inexplicably, New York Times reporter Stephen Rodrick was given access to the set and the editing suite, resulting in a wildly entertaining, Devil’s Candy-like account of Schrader and Lohan’s temperamental relationship »

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