A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 26, 1977

Personality profiles like this week's cover story on Actress Diane Keaton depend largely on the reporter's ability to establish a rapport with the subject — while maintaining a professional detachment. Too often interviews are nothing more than simple question-and-answer sessions that provide the journalist with little insight into the subject. But occasionally, resonance and understanding develop between the two that add a lot to the story. Such was the case with Diane Keaton and TIME Reporter-Researcher Janice Castro.

Castro first met Keaton in Manhattan last March while reporting on Woody Allen's film...

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