Louise Brooks endures as one of silent film’s most charismatic and contemporary performers. Immortalized in Pandora’s Box, she left a disinterested Hollywood to suffer years of hardship until finding a new career as an author. Later in life, an admiring 20-year old managed to pry a chink into the armor of the reclusive actress, establishing a friendship that revealed a hidden, gentler side. Their friendship is lovingly remembered in Benevolent Siren.
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Published October 13, 2012
Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography.