“The Hollywood memoir that tells all . . . Intercourse. Medicine. Greed. Why, it sounds identical to a film.”—The New York Times
Every memoir claims to reveal all of it, however Julia Phillips’s if truth be told does. That is an addictive, gloves-off exposé from the manufacturer of the vintage motion pictures The Sting, Taxi Driving force, and Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind—and the primary lady ever to win an Academy Award for Perfect Image—who made her title in Hollywood right through the halcyon seventies and the yuppie-infested eighties and lived to inform the story. Wickedly humorous and unusually shifting, You’ll By no means Consume Lunch in This The town Again takes you on a commute in the course of the dream-production capital of the sector and into the vortex of drug habit and rehab at the arm of person who noticed all of it, did all of it, and took her go away.
Praise for You’ll By no means Consume Lunch in This The town Again
“One of the vital fair books ever written approximately One of the vital cheating cities ever created.”—The Boston Globe
“Gossip too scorching for even the National Enquirer . . . Julia Phillips isn’t such a lot Hollywood’s Boswell as its Dante.”—Los Angeles Magazine
“A blistering take a look at L. a. L. a. Land.”—USA Today
“Some of the nastiest, tastiest inform-alls in showbiz historical past.”—People