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The first time Lawrence Schiller photographed Marilyn Monroe, he was only twenty-three and she was just thirty-three. The last time he took her picture, it was the night before she died. In this haunting 128-page pictorial, the famed film producer, director, and screenwriter writes candidly about his personal encounters with a troubled sex symbol who, sometimes against her, will helped shape our culture.