In this extended short film excerpt, directed by Griffin Dunne, Joan Didion reads from the second chapter of her memoir, Blue Nights.

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    Breaking my eternal heart.
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    she is fantastic.
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    Joan Didion appears tonight in a sold-out reading at Cambridge’s First Parish Church, presented by Harvard Bookstore....
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    I love this woman.
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    It’s really lovely, I recommend watching it. And the book, despite the seeming prevalence of middling reviews, is...
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    Heartbreaker.
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    Forever Joan.
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    (This moved me to tears. Joan is the word master. Beautiful.)
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