The Lives of the Stars

Miller, Mark Crispin
September 1979
New Republic;9/15/79, Vol. 181 Issue 11, p25
Comments that people have a lot to learn when watching motion pictures. Criticism of the old-fashioned propaganda films produced by Hollywood; Dramatization of the sorrows of the wealthy; Depiction of women who worked in office buildings.


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