Why does a movie character relationship have to be so extreme it's unconvincing?These days movie producers create plots that are unbelievable.
By Megan O’Grady.“When you reach 60, people come to you and ask, why not a memoir?
” says Academy Award–winning actress Diane Keaton, 65, on the phone from Los Angeles, where she lives with her daughter, Dexter, 15, and her son, Duke, 10. It wasn’t until after my mother died that I wanted to do it.” Drawing from her mother’s journals—85 of them, kept over the course of her life—as well as love letters (from the likes of Al Pacino, Warren Beatty, and Woody Allen, who remains a close friend), Keaton took a collage approach to writing the book, selections from which appear in Vogue’s November issue. “For me, documentation has always been key, and I’ve kept everything from my past.
It reminds me of my usual thought process and how when I think; I feel as though I'm presenting my thoughts to myself.
Diane Keaton reflects on her new memoir, Then Again, excerpted exclusively in the November issue of Vogue.
Marshall Mc Luhan: man that Alvy Signer pulls in front of the camera, as they are queuing for a movie. That is one of the main reasons this movie is successful.