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Brilliant. Gifted. Legendary. Whether taken by murder, drugs, or suicide, the names of these late stars live on forever. Their achievements rendered them iconic and aided in defining their legacy, even while off-screen demons haunted them. Too Young to Die grants viewers a chance to go beyond the myth and get a glimpse into the private lives and personas of those who were simply too young to die.
In November 1981, at the age of 43, Natalie Wood, actress and mother of two, drowned in a tragic incident. At the tender age of 4 she stepped in front of the cameras for the first time. By the time she was a teenager, she had starred in "Rebel Without A Cause" and "West Side Story." How fragile was Wood, who been in the spotlight for such a long time? This film will reveal the drama of her life.
With his unique voice and his highly poetic lyrics, this singer, songwriter and poet became for many the "Voice of Russia" and his marriage to French actress Marina Vlady finally gained him international cult status. But Vysotsky was a spiritually minded critic of the system. He lived a restless and wild life: racing through Moscow in his Mercedes, wearing hippie clothes, smoking all the time, often drunk and taking drugs.
At only 14, River Phoenix celebrates his breakthrough in the Steven King adaption Stand by Me. The film is a box office hit and River becomes the idol of an entire generation. What exactly happened in the night of October 30, 1993 remains unclear to this day. He is set to play with his band in Johnny Depp's Viper room on Sunset Boulevard. River Phoenix dies of a speedball overdose on the sidewalk outside the club.
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