At a glance:
- Author: David Thomson
- First Published: 2006
- Type of Work: Biography
- Time of Work: 1967-2006
- Setting: The United States, Australia, and Europe
- Genres: Nonfiction
- Subjects: Sex or sexuality, Twentieth century, Marriage, Fame, Ambition, Films, movies, or motion pictures, Australia or Australians, Acting or actors (use with:)
- Locales: North America
David Thomson’s Nicole Kidman is not the usual biography filled with juicy details. Instead, Thomson, with a background in film studies, writes intensely about Kidman’s career as an actor and how each of her endeavors, whether it be film, theater, talk show appearance, or magazine interview, has served the sole purpose of further advancing her career. Some criticized Thomson’s biography. Reviews were quick to note his apparent obsession with Kidman, specifically his continual references to her sex appeal. His biography could easily be seen as an attempt to...
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