And I can understand that the line may be fairly hazy - work that might be perfectly acceptable in a serious art gallery might be totally inappropriate in a show hanging in a shopping center. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Long known for his extended portraits of children and adolescents, this book is strong evidence of Sturges's permanent commitment to the people in his work. Instead, he abolishes any trace of humanism, any trace of feelings in them. That all ended with "Misty Dawn:
In this narrative film, done in the style of an educational documentary, Montgomery recreates her very troubling relation with Sturges and also, years later, the odd aftermath.
Gaëlle; Montalivet, France, 1996
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. It's great to see his recent works such as Misty Dawn and Fanny that compile photos throughout their life. A concept he has remained true to for decades. Buy the selected items together This item: But I am one of those people with multiple pertinent perspectives, and I would love to share them, but I am going to have to hold back, and I regret that. I was delighted, then, to read Sturges' prelude to "Fanny," which lays out in very immediate terms a biographical sketch of the girl now woman.