Kenneth Lonergan’s “You Can Count On Me” came out all the way back in 2000. His follow-up, “Margaret,” spent roughly 45 years in development hell before finally emerging, sort of, last year. The (very, very few) people who saw the movie apparently liked the thing, even if it was perhaps not exactly the movie its director or stars envisioned. Anyway, it was the topic of much curiosity. This New York Times article sheds all kinds of light on the situation, I guess, even if it raises a few new questions. Anyway, you should read it.