For my birthday, G. Allen Johnson wrote a wonderful article for the San Francisco Chronicle’s Datebook section entitled, “
Kim Novak came to San Francisco, and San Francisco was never the same.”
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And here is the video that Mr. Johnson closed his article with:
this excellent interview by The Guardian’s Simon Hattenstone, Kim discusses a wide range of topics. Included are why she left Hollywood, her art and painting herself through sorrows, being bipolar, working with Alfred Hitchcock, leaving Hollywood, finding happiness and much, much more.
People Magazine Exclusive Interview with Kim, she reveals why she left Hollywood. “I lost a sense of who I truly was and what I stood for,” says Novak in a rare interview to talk about her new book, Kim Novak : Her Art and Life, published by the Butler Museum of American Art.
In this article, Fox News interviews Kim Novak. She talks about why she left Hollywood, the power of creating art to help her through difficult situations, and her new art book.