Sylvie Drake reviewed a video release of "New Faces (1952)" and obviously did not like it, which is fair, as we are entitled to our opinions.
However, she made a point of singling out my client Robert Clary, using the phrase that Clary has "blissfully receded."
Nothing is further from the truth. Clary has since "New Faces (1952)" appeared constantly on both big and little screens and has graced the stages of the world's theaters. He also tours the United States, giving of his time lecturing to students about the Holocaust, a subject which he knows well, as he survived Hitler's death camps himself when taken from Paris as a young boy. He came home; his parents did not.
Clary has not receded. He has blissfully blossomed and the world is enriched by his presence.