If only Federico Fellini were still alive. He's the director who could truly do Anna Nicole Smith justice. But Fenton and Randy do a fine job anyway. An Utterly fascinating story of a larger than life (in more ways than one) personality. Clearly Marshall died a happy man.
While our heroine's troubles with her late husband's family (far trashier than the one she came from) "Dark Roots" is filled with all sorts of delightful details about two worlds few know -- the Super-Rich and the Super-Poor.
That Vicki got up and got out -- into the REALLY Big Time -- is utterly fascinating. This doesn't happened every day. And monsters like Marshall's family (who could have settled accounts with her years ago but hang onto every penny like grim death) don't happen every day either.
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