J.G. Ballard's, now it's
Diane Keaton's. Aside from looking at the beginnings of her career, Then Again reflects on her relationship with her mother.
I particularly liked her brief account of Sanford Meisner. She was part of the Neighborhood Playhouse when Meisner was there.Of course, there were parts that touched on Al Pacino and Warren Beatty. There are also a bunch of pictures from Keaton's collection. Keaton also writes about her experience doing Hair in Broadway. You would have to read Then Again in order to see why I had to mention Keaton's reminiscence of Hair. Now go and read it!