Jodie Foster: A Life on Screen
Thirty-something Jodie Foster has gone from Coppertone model at age three to two-time Academy Award winner to acclaimed director in her own right. How has she attained the enviable balance of normalcy and influence, and how does she maintain her privacy? What of her much-discussed sexuality? How has the obsessive behavior of John Hinckley affected her life? What led Jodie to drop out of Hollywood to attend Yale University and graduate with honors? These and other questions are answered through interviews with Jodie's friends, family and those who have influenced her. Photo insert. Available now.
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