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Frances. Farmer was a uniquely American actress in the 1920s and 1930s on Broadway and in Hollywood, and he was not a fan of the hypocrisy of the American society and Hollywood at the time, and he also got into a lot of trouble for drinking, and in a political campaign was framed and persecuted, her life is a great tragedy.
Frances, a 1982 adaptation of the novel about Farmer's plight, even won an award at the Moscow International Film Festival that year, politically and in the context of the Cold War in the 1980s, it seems that farmer's personal story should have meant something else, and that the film has been used by some as a footnote against the so-called "whore-like American democracy. ".
Frances. Farmer was born in Seattle, USA, in 1913, and his acting career began in Seattle. He moved to Hollywood, starred in films and became a star. But she has a unique personality, dare to point out some social injustice, the pursuit of truth. In the 1920s and 1930s, during the "mccarthy Movement" (Joseph McCarthy's anti-communist Mania) , she was framed and sent to a mental hospital for writing a poem called "God is Dead" when she was 14. She spent most of her life in prison and a mental hospital.