It was 50 years ago today that Marylin Monroe died at the age of 32. She was an iconic figure who’s impact and memory have lived on way past the days she starred in films and posed for photographs.
So, how did a girl from a broken home in Los Angeles who spent most of her childhood in foster homes become such an iconic figure known throughout the world before all that satellite TV, internet and social media came about?
Well, there are no shortages of books and films that have tried to explain it all, but she was certainly ‘Dramatically and Demonstrably Different.
I like this great quote from the woman who starred in my favourite film ‘Some Like It Hot’ that seems to sum up her 3D Thinking approach….
“If I’d followed all the rules, I’d never have gotten anywhere”