American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sassoon, Siegfried Lorraine 1886-1967. British writer known for his antiwar poems, based on his combat experience in World War I, and for his fictionalized three-volume autobiography, first published as The Memoirs of George Sherston (1928-1936).
“Sassoon is one of my favourite poets so he tends to appear quite often ...”
“' Sassoon '' said about 30 people contributed stories.”
“Sassoon says the move to L.A. essentially caused the demise of his marriage to second wife Beverly, yet he never explains why, or what portion of the demise was his responsibility.”
“A hairdresser himself, Gordon is also the founder of hair the hair products Bumble and Bumble and is friends with Sassoon.”
“Sassoon says, as he looks back on his life, "How did so much adventure happen?”
“Titled Vidal Sassoon The Movie, the film's springboard is a visual book of Sassoon's life that Gordon is putting together for the cameras.”
“The film sticks to interviewing mostly current and former Sassoon employees, along with a few fashion industry folks like Grace Coddington, former Sassoon model and currently the creative director of American Vogue and fashion designer Mary Quant.”
“What was initially an idea to shoot a short film as a tribute to his friend Vidal Sassoon, producer Michael Gordon instead ended up producing a 94- minute film of the legendary man.”
“As he goes through the various photographs to organize them, they prompt Sassoon's story to unfold.”
“The way it stands now, the documentary plays like a gift to Sassoon, rather than an explanation or an examination of the man behind the hair.”
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