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  • Título Original: Audrey Hepburn: An Intimate Portrait
  • Autor del libro: Diana Maychick
  • ISBN: 978-0806580005
  • Idioma: ES
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  • Realese fecha:1993-05-16
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Audrey Hepburn: An Intimate Portrait por Diana Maychick Libro PDF, EPUB

When she began writing her biography of Audrey Hepburn, author Diana Maychick never dreamed she would have such unprecedented access to the reclusive and legendary star. Audrey Hepburn insisted that a proper biography could never be completed unless she was willing to share some intensely personal and painful memories. For the next year, Hepburn and Maychick spent countles When she began writing her biography of Audrey Hepburn, author Diana Maychick never dreamed she would have such unprecedented access to the reclusive and legendary star. Audrey Hepburn insisted that a proper biography could never be completed unless she was willing to share some intensely personal and painful memories. For the next year, Hepburn and Maychick spent countless hours together in conversation, as Audrey opened up about her childhood, her careers, and the loves of her life. What Diana Maychick did not know was that Audrey Hepburn was dying and that these conversations would, all too soon and all too sadly, come to an end. What emerges from the pages of Audrey Hepburn: An Intimate Portrait is a wonderfully personal look at one of the most elegant women of the century. It also provides a candid look at Audrey's painful childhood, her parent's constant battles, her mother's demanding hauteur, her father's blatant Nazi sympathies, the deprivation of the war years, the Nazi occupation of their town and the garrisoning of their very house, her escape from the Germans and the month she spent in a rat-infested cellar nearly starving to death, and her life-long struggle with food disorders. It also celebrates her fabled rise from show girl to film star and how, with her beguiling eyes and sophisticated manners, she seduced Hollywood away from its fixation on blond bombshells. In Audrey Hepburn readers will discover, often in Hepburn's own words, her innermost feelings about the men in her life - William Holden, Mel Ferrer, Givenchy, Andrea Dotti, Albert Finney, Ben Gazzara, and Robbie Wolders - as well as how she felt about working with some of the screen's leading men, including Gregory Peck, Cary Grant, Humphrey Bogart, Fred Astaire, and Gary Cooper, in some of the most enduringly charming films of all time, Roman Holiday, Sabrina, Love in the Afternoon, Funny Face, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Charade and My Fair Lady. We also get an intimate view of Hepburn's