Mention Diane Arbus' name in a crowded room and you're likely to find that, some 35 years after her barbiturate-induced suicide, opinions still diverge as to whether the influential photographer was a genius or a mere voyeur, a sympathetic eye cast upon society's outcasts or a glorified carnival barker beckoning us into her pictorial sideshow. So it's probably for the best that, in bringing Patricia Bosworth's acclaimed Arbus biography to the screen, director Steven Shainberg and writer Erin Cressida Wilson (who... More >>>