Dark Star



Dark Star Vivien Leigh was perhaps the most iconic actress of the twentieth century As Scarlett O Hara and Blanche Du Bois she took on some of the most pivotal roles in cinema history Yet she was also a talented theatre actress with West End and Broadway plaudits to her name In this ground breaking new biography, Alan Strachan provides a completely new full life portrait of Leigh, covering both her professional and personal life Using previously unseen sources from her archive, recently acquired by the VA, he sheds new light on her fractious relationship with Laurence Olivier, based on their letters and diaries, as well as on the bipolar disorder which so affected her later life and work Revealing new aspects of her early life as well as providing glimpses behind the scenes of the filming of Gone with the Wind and A Streetcar Named Desire, this book provides the essential and comprehensive life story of one of the twentieth century s greatest actresses. New Download [ Dark Star ] By [ Alan Strachan ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Dark Star
  • Alan Strachan
  • 05 April 2018
  • 1788312082

10 thoughts on “Dark Star

  1. Kendra Bean says:

    I reviewed the book at vivandlarry.com

  2. Tara says:

    Thanks to her unforgettable roles in Gone With the Wind and A Streetcar Named Desire, Vivien Leigh is an enduring icon of the twentieth century Nonetheless, her talent and achievements have often been overshadowed by her extraordinary beauty and charm, and her rather turbulent private life She also died quite suddenly, and missed out on the ho...

  3. Irene Xandra says:

    It is a biography that takes advantage of numerous previously published sources and of the research in the Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier archives It covers both the professional activity and the personal life, the latter with an emphasis on her manic depression and her relationship to Laurence Olivier, extendedly explained.The author tries to give a larger context of her work, analysing aspects that are normally overlooked like technical details of the films and plays, cinematography, costu It is a biography that takes advantage of numerous previously published sources and of the research in the Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier archives It covers both the professional activity and the personal life, the latter with an emphasis on her manic depression and her relationship to Laurence Olivier, extendedly explained.The author tries to give a larger context of her work, analysing aspects that are normally overlooked like technical details of the films and plays, cinematography, costumes, decors, etc.Probably as the author is deeply involved in the theatrical world he produced views and opinions of the old plays like a direct witness For me, it s difficult to assess his comments and the quality of the plays that no one ...

  4. Emma Cannon says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Fascinating book Access to the Vivien Leigh Archive means there is new research and addresses some of the rumours and stories that are factually incorrect A multilayered biography of a complex and talent woman.

  5. Cari Dummett says:

    Best biography of Vivien Leigh that I have read.

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