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Editor's Note

In 1973, documentary filmmaking brothers Albert and David Maysles had been working on a project about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis when they decided to switch the focus of the film to her aunt and cousin, both named Edith Bouvier Beale, when they found that the two women had left their high society life in New York City to retire to their Long Island summer home, called "Grey Gardens." The two women, called Big Edie and Little Edie, were found living in a seedy environment that was controlled by Big Edie's husband, and the film shows where their life has come from to what they have ended up doing in all their time at the house.

Victoria Teague


Lindsay Barenz

Grey Gardens

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