Film Credits

Graydon Carter better get a haircut. According to this Observer article, he may be due in court, to explain why his first film, The Kid Stays In The Picture, the Robert Evans story, is reminiscent of, inspired by, slightly similar to an utter appropriation of the 15-minute film director David Weisman’s made as a pitch for an Evans documentary. If your tendency is to dismiss such claims as weak attempts at coattail-riding, please reserve your judgment until Carter explains his “the producer thanks” credit for Hector Babenco, the director of Kiss of the Spider Woman. Brilliant story. [Read my first KSITP post, and listen to an excerpt from the, ahem, addictive audiobook.]