Share via Email Greta Garbo did not want to be alone. Instead she spent her life in isolation and despair because she wanted to be with her drama school sweetheart, the Swedish actress Mimi Pollak. Private letters released in Sweden to mark the centenary of the film star's birth throw a new and and tragic light on the tormented life of the pauper girl from Stockholm who became 'The Face' of Hollywood in the Thirties, made 27 films and spent the last 50 years of her life as a recluse. But it was not merely the unrequited love for Pollak - with whom Garbo maintained a correspondence for 60 years - that overshadowed the star's life up to her death in
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He realizes that Victoria has fallen in love with the letters and is concerned that she will be disappointed by the real Roger. However, Roger abruptly leaves for paratrooper training in England. Alan is subsequently injured on the Italian front and finds out that Roger is dead. He decides to live for a while at his aunt's farm in Essex. He drunkenly tells them the story about falling in love with a woman he's never met, and Dilly realizes he is referring to Roger and Victoria.