Stars off the screen
Brigitte Bardot, her skirt twirling around her waist; Marlon Brando, smoking on a boardwalk; Jane Fonda, posing coyly in a bikini; Grace Kelly, staring at a caged lion; Sophia Loren, her pearl necklace in her mouth; Cary Grant, grinning roguishly from the back of a convertible–these are but a few of the photos captured by photographer Anthony Quinn. The pages of this fabulous, oversized book are filled with unusually intimate photos of the greatest movie stars. Quinn lived in the Riviera, where he photographed his subjects. Since many of them were on vacation, he was able to capture these public personalities in a relatively private, relaxed mode. To flip the pages is to discover charming, intimate portraits of people used to posing for the camera. This collection of photos is so exciting because it portrays these intensely famous people as they most likely were, not how their studios, publicists, fans or even their own egos wanted them to be.
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