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LADY BOSS: THE JACKIE COLLINS STORY

by Laura Fairrie

synopsis

Spinning together fact and fiction, this feature documentary reveals the untold story of a ground-breaking author and her mission to build a one-woman literary empire. Narrated by a cast of Jackie's closest friends and family, the film shares the private struggles of a woman who became an icon of 1980s feminism whilst hiding her vulnerability behind a carefully crafted, powerful, public persona. The film evolves from a celebration of Jackie's revolutionary novels - which placed female sexuality at the heart of their storytelling - into a multi-layered deliberation on feminism, family dynamics, and the universal quest to understand how our childhood experiences and early traumas ultimately make us who we are.

international title: Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story
original title: Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story
country: United States, United Kingdom
year: 2021
genre: documentary
directed by: Laura Fairrie
film run: 96'
cinematography by: Lynda Hall
film editing: Joe Carey
costumes designer: Rose Doyle
music: Mat Davidson
producer: John Battsek, Lizzie Gillett
executive producer: Mark Bell, Amy Entelis, Stuart Ford, Andrew Ruhemann, Courtney Sexton, Bonnie Voland
line producer: Tom Cross
production: BBC Films, Passion Pictures, CNN Films [US], AGC Studios [US], Ventureland [US]
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