Putnam, 1995 - 332 pagine
After All is the exhilarating and moving story of this extraordinarily successful woman, a complex and creative star who has not arrived where she is today without much pain and reflection along the way. Moore relives the touchstones of her life with characteristic wit, resolve, and level-headed understanding, beginning with her Brooklyn-turned-Hollywood childhood and the influence of her anomalous parents. She tells of her long marriage to, and her divorce from, Grant Tinker, and of their creation of the hugely successful MTM Enterprises. She poignantly recalls the crushing loss of her son, Richard, and her own struggles with and triumphs over alcoholism and diabetes.
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Mary's book is laid out chronologically. She doesn't sidestep any of the tough or ugly parts of her life, having come to terms with such things over the years. She has lost her niece, her son, and ... Leggi recensione completa