So you think you're a cinephile, eh? Well, then pop quiz, hotshot. What universally reviled film came out to little fanfare, terrible critical reviews, even worse audience scores, turned the film industry against itself and just so happened to change the way Hollywood contracts are negotiated? Hint: it's this one.
It's...Boxing Helena. I can't believe you didn't get that...didn't...didn't you see the hint? Well whatever. It's this.
And it's true. Back in 1993 a little film studio called Main Line pictures was financing the screenwriting and directorial debut of Jennifer Chambers-Lynch. Who you might know best as the real life version of the tapdancing lady in the radiator from Eraserhead. Or, to put it easier, David Lynch's daughter.…