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At dinner one evening in Paris, at the height of her fame, I accused Brigitte Bardot of living her life between bed and bedlam. 'Please God, let it last for ever and ever,' she said.Her reaction revealed a kind of absurd faith, since even the most casual reader of newspaper headlines at that time knew that the chances of her sustaining her frantic lifestyle even until her 75th birthday next week were next to zero.
When I arrived to participate in the dog sledging tour, sunset was at 7pm.Frequently, in times of crisis, she would try to kill herself.On one occasion, her grief-stricken fans ransacked the Riviera villa where she had taken an overdose before slashing her wrists, and removed bloodstained curtains, linen and even bathroom tiles for souvenirs.'Without Vadim, my career would never have got started,' Bardot told me.'But if I had not had something within myself, if I hadn't possessed some seed, for all Roger Vadim's wiles I would have disappeared without trace.Some accused her of having the manners of an 'insolent skivvy'. 'Her walk is almost aristocratic and almost wanton.
She is sex on legs,' he told producers, as he hawked her around Paris and Riviera studios.
Posing, pouting, gate-crashing the best parties, she was pursued by photographers looking for new faces to canonise on the Croisette, Cannes' glamorous promenade.
Within days, her photographs began appearing in newspapers and magazines all over the world. Film producers Betty Box and Ralph Thomas decided that she was just the actress they needed to play a small, sexy role opposite Dirk Bogarde in the comedy Doctor At Sea.
I’ve reached Longyearbyen on Spitsbergen Island, latitude 78.13 degrees north.
This northernmost extent of permanent human habitation draws an imaginary line around the globe and Longyearbyen is the only dot on that line. No people live permanently between Svalbard and the North Pole.
The Aurora Borealis flashes streaks brilliant green with reddish orange tints while disappearing in scintillating seconds. By 19 April the sun won't set again until late August. Longyearbyeners have survived another winter of frigid darkness and the festive mood coincides with increasing sunlight.