Famous 1920s modernist US writer F. Scott Fitzgerald and his eccentric Flapper socialite wife Zelda Sayre's relationship began quite passionately, but he slowly fell into alcoholism and she was eventually diagnosed with schizophrenia.

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Famous 1920s modernist US writer F. Scott Fitzgerald and his eccentric Flapper socialite wife Zelda Sayre's relationship began quite passionately, but he slowly fell into alcoholism and she was eventually diagnosed with schizophrenia.

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7 November 1993 (USA)  »

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Intriguing!
20 December 1998 | by (athens, OH) – See all my reviews

It at times was a little long, but the content was incredible.

I learned a lot about the life of F. Scott Fitzgerald, more than I ever knew about him. The movie was intriguing because his personal life was more interesting than any book someone could have written. Well worth watching.


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