The Artistic Home presents THE GODDESS.
Screen-playwright Paddy Chayefsky penned a Hollywood exposé. He wrote about small town, unloved Emily Ann blossoming into Tinsel Town siren Rita. Although Chayefsky denies that she is based on Marilyn Monroe, his Rita also became entangled with a sports celebrity and drugs on her climb to fame. The glamour of her celebrity-status is tainted by the demeaning journey. The story engages for its honest, true-Hollywood revelations.
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