Here is a book we read with jubilation, glamour and cinema’s family photo album. A time period when celebrities were not treated as “vulgar” people, but as “stars”. A distant family, true, camped out on the Hollywood hills of Los Angeles that we remember nostalgically. So we gathered together these wedding pictures, the false “for laughs” and the true “for real”. The book can be a game “Which ones are movie scenes?” And “What is exceptional in the life of a couple?” These authentic documents are like hidden treasures that idolatrous archeologists would like to discover.
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