'Grey Gardens' poster

An advertisement for the 1975 documentary “Grey Gardens,” a visit with eccentric mother “Big” Edie Beale and her daughter, “Little” Edie (the aunt and cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis), living in a run-down house in the Hamptons. It’s just one of the many pieces of movie memorabilia displayed throughout Moran’s office. But it’s one of the few from a film on which she didn’t work. “That was just one of those films in your life that you see that are very … When I saw it, I was overwhelmed. Just found it terribly interesting. I feel like Edie Beale three times a week.” Young Edie or old Edie? “Both,” says Moran. “Depends on which way the wind is blowing.”

( Kaitlin Newman, Baltimore Sun / September 8, 2013 )

An advertisement for the 1975 documentary “Grey Gardens,” a visit with eccentric mother “Big” Edie Beale and her daughter, “Little” Edie (the aunt and cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis), living in a run-down house in the Hamptons. It’s just one of the many pieces of movie memorabilia displayed throughout Moran’s office. But it’s one of the few from a film on which she didn’t work. “That was just one of those films in your life that you see that are very … When I saw it, I was overwhelmed. Just found it terribly interesting. I feel like Edie Beale three times a week.” Young Edie or old Edie? “Both,” says Moran. “Depends on which way the wind is blowing.”

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