|Vida Guerra's family.|
The proverbial 'apple does not fall from the tree' is common enough a compliment about a woman's mother's beauty, her spirit or way of being herself, or a bad man's son is the apple fallen from the tree.
In the case of the actress, Vida Guerra, her mother is the breathtaking beauty her daughter came from to become an international heartthrob and object of dream and lust for millions of men. What is the feeling of the difference between a woman's ability to suspend time for her husband over a period of years with her sexual allure and a daughter famous for her sexual allure on the national, and if it is national these days it is international, stage? Is it more threatening, titillating, or is it an aphrodisiac?
Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories
October 25, 2016
|Vida Guerra by Daiva Channing|