Nearly 60 years after her death, Marilyn Monroe remains an American cultural icon. Since her death in 1962, biographers have tried to define the mystery of her allure. She is a study in contrasts: beautiful and sexy yet sweet and vulnerable, sensitive and insecure. Despite a lifelong struggle with mental illness and drug addiction, Marilyn created unforgettable performances in more than 20 movies. Though her life was short and tragic, her star still shines brightly. This visual presentation will tell her story in her own words, through her movies and the recollections of those who knew her. Registration required. BPA621
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