The bad news: it isn’t embeddable and it’s DRM-protected because HBO is a bunch of backwards-ass fuckwads who don’t know shit about promotion in the 21st Century.
If you haven’t seen the original Maysles brothers’ documentary–about Jackie Onassis’ estranged cousin and aunt growing old together in a ramshackle house in East Hampton in the 70s–you owe it to yourself to put it in your Netflix queue immediately. The film inspired a Broadway musical that closed last year, which in turn inspired this film–which appears to take some of the play’s fictionalized backstory about Big Edie and Little Edie Bouvier Beale and broaden the mother-daughter “love story” suggested by the documentary.
Below, one of our favorite moments in that 1975 film, featuring Little Edie (the woman who Drew will be portraying) discussing her STAUNCH character.
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