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Paul Schrader Says He Wrote ‘Peace and Love’ on Jacob Elordi’s Jockstrap Himself for ‘Oh, Canada’: ‘I Took That Burden Off’ Wardrobe Department’s ‘Shoulders’

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Paul Schrader had a special job on the set of his latest film, “Oh, Canada”: drawing on the jockstrap that Jacob Elordi wears in one of the Vietnam War drama’s pivotal scenes. There’s a choice at the heart of “Oh, Canada,” when the fictional filmmaker Leonard Fife (played as a young man by Elordi, and older man as Richard Gere) dodges the Vietnam draft and escapes to Canada. The script leaves breadcrumbs as to what exactly happens until very …

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