Saenger writes, “Tucker has done her homework to paint a vivid portrait of the true woman behind the lens who wears many hats – actress, mother, homemaker, lover, producer, and of course a political voice that often gets her into trouble but a privilege she holds dear as her right to voice it. . . . There’s an underlying sense of admiration, a rich sense of humor and a wealth of professionalism about Tucker’s work that makes the book fun and fascinating to read.”
The review also mentions how “Lorenzo’s Oil,” one of Sarandon’s films, motivated Tucker to donate her author’s royalties to THE MYELIN PROJECT, a multi-national organization formed to support research on diseases like the one depicted in that inspiring movie. Sarandon serves as spokesperson for this worthy project.