PG | | Drama, Romance
F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel is brought to life in this story of a movie producer slowly working himself to death.
F. Scott Fitzgerald died of a heart attack before finishing the novel. It was based on the life of the late head of production at MGM, Irving Thalberg. Fitzgerald's old friend and Princeton classmate Edmund Wilson edited the uncompleted manuscript for publication. It was published, in its incomplete form, in 1941, in a volume that also included "The Great Gatsby" and a selection of short stories.
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