Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool
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Peter Turner met Hollywood legend Gloria Grahame at a London lodging in the late 1970s.
They fell in love and embarked on an intense if short-lived affair. Paul McGuigan’s touching film, based on Turner’s memoir, recalls that time and their subsequent encounter in Liverpool a few years later.
It’s a beautiful and evocative drama, with Annette Bening and Jamie Bell superb as the seemingly mismatched pair.
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