Diane Keaton was living in a stark white apartment, in an Art Deco building on East Sixty-eighth Street. It boasted a white-on-white living room, which contained a white-on-white painting. The kitchen was also white: not only its walls and floors and Braun and Osterizer appliances, its crisp white telephone and white watering can, but even the Keri lotion was in a white container perched on a white shelf. “White is very cleansing for me,” she explained. Except for her two cats, Buster and Whitey, she lived alone.
- The Unruly Life of Woody Allen, Marion Meade
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