Before he was found hanged in a Bangkok hotel closet, the actor David Carradine caused a bit of stir out in La-La Land during a screening of one of his best-known movies, Bound For Glory.
This occurred this past spring, and it sheds no light on whether Carradine committed suicide or died from one those auto-erotic asphyxiation hanging rituals that sometimes go wrong, but I post the link here (via an LA Times story) for the simple reason that I found it interesting.
Two witnesses at the screening event, which was followed by an hour-long panel chat that was dominated by Carradine, came away from the spectacle with two different reactions.
One called it "a deeply uncomfortable immersion in unalloyed anxiety" and the other said it was "an exhilarating look past the usual curtain of Hollywood bullshit."
Rest in peace, Grasshopper.