I’ve read a few filmmaker biographies in my time, mostly about legendary types (David O. Selznick, John Huston, etc.) I’ve read two Montgomery Clift bios and two or three about Marlon Brando, and I thought I was Brando’ed out. But this 12.20 Daily Mail summary of Alice Marshak’s paperback cheapie, Me and Marlon, is obviously authentic (being a first-person account) and a rendering of Brando as a hugely pathetic figure. Marshak wrote this because she needed the money, obviously, but I believe what she’s written.