Gone with the Wind is no gentleman. It’s a good thing I’m no lady. The best selling movie of all time (adjusting for inflation) summons forth an idealized South; a timeless world which can never go away because it was never truly here in the first place.
Bob Gariepy and I sift through the ashes of an epic spanning three turbulent eras of American history, centered on the smoldering relationship of two self-involved, yet fascinating narcissists. Like thieves who aren’t sorry they stole, but terribly sorry they’re going to jail, Rhett and Scarlett survive at the expense of other people. Can one be a terrible person, and still be heroic? Can a person’s bad qualities be superseded by their great ones?Please note, HC Media is not affiliated with any of the following sites and services. These sites and services may have their own privacy policies and customer service policies.