Chance Hardwick, the fictitious star of the breakout film Plains and Hills, is widely considered the greatest, most charismatic young movie actor of the postwar generation. However, his meteoric rise to fame and his tragic demise have remained an inexplicable puzzle to all who knew him, as well as to his millions of fans around the world.
Narratively inventive and always engaging, The Woman in Black, by Erik Tarloff spans America in the 1950s in its exploration of film, fame, and how well we ever really know each other.
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