'" In saying "yeah" to Van Sant and his peculiar, vision, Reeves has joined Matt Dillon and River Phoenix (star of Van Sant's Drugstore Cowboy, and Reeves's co-star in Idaho, respectively) as a member of a small club of Hollywood stars working with one of America's more avant-garde filmmakers.
Dillon broke the mold (and a few preconceptions) when he appeared as an inveterate, unapologetic junkie in Drugstore, and Reeves and Phoenix follow suit with their performances as homosexual street hustlers in Idaho.
Pour Gus Van Sant, "ces jeunes vivent à une époque différente, mais tout aussi violente".
For decades Callahan’s work raised eyebrows for its taboo topics leading to numerous boycotts in his hometown of Portland.
His work was published in the New Yorker, Penthouse, and Playboy before his death in 2010.
Iconoclast and Anonymous Content are producing the pic, which is based on Callahan’s autobiography of the same name.
Callahan became a paralyzed in a car accident at age 21, and turned to drawing as a form of therapy.