Marilyn Monroe, as many are already well aware, has become a symbol of the classic movie star. Glamour, talent, looks, a tragic death. She's got it all. The total package. Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days, the 2001 AMC documentary, details Monroe's tragic final months in the year 1962. The film covers her personal life, but primarily centers in on the production of Something's Got to Give, a film offered as her comeback. The production was chaotic, and eventually got shelved after a series of repeated absences and budget over-runs. This is one of my favorite documentaries. I recently re-watched it. Have any of you seen it? Have any of you any thing to say about Monroe and her "tragic final days"?