Co-writer (and actor) Aaron Taylor-Johnson in a scene from "A Million Little Pieces."
Photo courtesy of the Toronto International Film Festival
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Once one of the most toxic properties in Hollywood, James Frey's "A Million Little Pieces" has been reborn on the big screen, thanks to director Sam Taylor-Johnson and her co-writer, actor, and husband, Aaron. In even a movie world where "based on a true story" often has elastic meaning, a film about "A Million Little Pieces" is a surprise. For Taylor-Johnson, who helmed the adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey," there was still truth in "A Million Little Pieces". Following Frey's disgrace, the movie rights were returned to the author.Taylor-Johnson was drawn to the book's vividness.Taylor-Johnson believes her "A Million Little Pieces" is its own work.
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