The Self-Destruction of
Gia is a documentary film that examines the life and untimely death of
Gia Carangi - supermodel, heroin addict, dead at 26.
Through penetrating, in-depth interviews, The Self-Destruction of
Gia searches for the dark, destructive forces that affected Gia and
contributed to her death. It is a picture of an anguished, frightened
young woman grasping for something meaningful in her life.
Those who loved her, worked with her, cried for her, and sat by her
deathbed - photographer
Francesco Scavullo, creative director Polly Mellen,
fashion editor Jade Hobson, designers Vera Wang and Diane Von Furstenberg,
supermodel Janice Dickinson, makeup artist and Gia's girlfriend -
drug therapist Robert Hilton, and Gia's mother Kathleen Sperr - are a few
of the people who reveal a tormented life spiraling out of control.
Format: DVD NTSC (plays on computers)
Condition: Previously viewed; like-new condition