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‘Lady Boss’ Review: Tell-All Novelist Kept Her Own Sorrows PrivateThe Wrap

A new documentary goes beyond the shoulder pads and leopard prints to examine a writer fighting her way out of sister Joan’s shadow.

<p>Jackie Collins, author and actress, and sister to Joan Collins, pictured in her Hampstead, London, flat on 6th August 1964. At the time of this picture being taken, Jackie had spent some of 1964 in South America, and just returned from Italy. She was also married to fashion firm executive Wallace Austin with a two and a half year old daughter Tracey, 6th August 1964. (Photo by Mirrorpix/Getty Images)</p>
‘Lady Boss’ Review: A Lively Tribute to a Woman Who Played By Her Own RulesThe Hollywood Reporter

Director Laura Fairrie pulls back the veil to reveal the private persona behind the celebrity author whose racy novels gave women license to explore their desires and shape their destinies.

‘Rising Phoenix’ Is a Winner at the 42nd Annual Sports Emmy AwardsThe Emmys

‘Rising Phoenix’ scored two Sports Emmys at the 42nd annual award show, including Outstanding Long Sports Documentary and Outstanding Music Direction.

‘Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story’ | Official UK TrailerYouTube

A fabulous, hilarious and deeply moving feminist fairy-tale that takes us on an immersive journey through the trailblazing life of Jackie Collins.

‘Final Account’ ReviewRoger Ebert

The movie begins with a familiar quote from Primo Levi: “Monsters exist, but they are too few in number to be truly dangerous. More dangerous are the common men, the functionaries ready to believe and to act without asking questions.”

‘Final Account’ Review: An Oral History of a Broken, Brainwashed NationRolling Stone

A collection of interviews with the last generation of Germans who lived through the Third Reich doubles as an urgent reminder to keep history from repeating itself.

Review: A Chilling ‘Final Account’ by Witnesses and Perpetrators of World War II Nazi AtrocitiesLos Angeles Times

A fascinating look, yet again, at one of history’s most horrendous periods and explores the era’s eternal question: “Were you a perpetrator if you knew, but said or did nothing?”

‘Final Account’ Review: The Banality of EvilNew York Times

The filmmaker Luke Holland interviews a series of former Nazi functionaries in this unsettling study of complicity.

Modern Films Snags ‘Lady Boss’Deadline

London-based Modern Films has acquired Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story and is planning a July 2 UK/Ireland theatrical release.

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