Stella Adler (queen of modern acting) and Harold Clurman (dean of American theater) were living on opposite coasts of the country as the U.S. entered the Second World War. They began a steady stream of correspondence to buttress their long distance romance, letters that reveal times as tempestuous as their relationship. Through their words, we enter the lives of two artists unflinchingly committed to their work while struggling through creative, financial and romantic uncertainty. For Harold, Stella embodied the very essence of the theater; he devoted himself unconditionally to both the woman and his art. Stella admired Clurman’s fervor and intellect. They weathered a stormy, three-decade-long love affair, which “Love Letters” encapsulates while painting a comical and human portrait of two theatrical giants.
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