Behind the scenes with a legend
As the daughter of the late playwright Arthur Miller, filmmaker Rebecca Miller has a uniquely personal take on the incredible impact her father made on American theater. Miller and producer Damon Cardasis joined Salon's executive editor Andrew O'Heh...
Miller, whose own film career has centered on women-centric stories, says she built "Arthur Miller: Writer" around her father's three marriages, first to Mary Grace Slattery before a very public marriage to actor Marilyn Monroe, and then finally to Rebecca's mother, photographer Inge Morath. "The pillars of the film, kind of propping it up, were the major relationships and that's the father, the mother and the three marriages," Miller told "Salon Talks." "I was really interested in how he was definitely a man who loved women. It wasn't like he was Lothario, but the women in his life were enormously influential and important."
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