Wednesday, June 07, 2006

A Prairie Home Companion companion.

Garrison Keillor relates to his co-star in A Prairie Home Companion, Lindsey Lohan:
She was well trained at the Disney College of Film and Art. . . . Her tabloid life is a separate thing. It’s a whole game that she plays with the tabloids, and it goes back and forth. It’s valuable for her up to a point—but I think she’s now past that point.
And so one fears for someone who continues a game beyond where it ought to go. She understands that at the age of 19, she has to be thinking about the next 10 years. It’s time for her to do some other things, and make a very treacherous turn. And this picture was part of that turn—it wasn’t perfect, but it was something where she was able to show that she could do a small, specific job well. She exploited a teen attitude that she does very well. But she can’t play that character any longer. She needs to find other things.
I like her. I wish her well. . . . She’s very shy, and very attached to her family.
Just in case you were wondering.

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