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Diane Lane’s ‘Feud’ Role Inspired Her to Write a Book Fighting Against ‘Misinformation’: ‘How One Comports Oneself Is Important’

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Hunter Ingram “Is it a gift or is it not a gift that you can only play the age you are?” It’s a rhetorical question Diane Lane asks — but doesn’t pretend to have the answer to — and also a thought she embraces. “I am grateful for it,” she says. “And I’m optimistic that I’m at the right age to play some interesting people.” Interesting is one of the many things that could be said about Slim Keith.

In FX’s “Feud: Capote vs. the Swans,” Lane plays the real-life socialite, who was among the women that acclaimed novelist Truman Capote collected like prized confidantes in the 1960s, before using the secrets they entrusted to him as thinly veiled material for his final unfinished novel, “Answered Prayers.” A California native, Keith was the pinnacle of elite society and style in the mid-20th century.

She was a force in her own right and also the wife of director Howard Hawks, then producer Leland Hayward and finally British banker Kenneth Keith, who held the aristocratic title of Baron Keith of Castleacre. “Her life was extraordinary,” Lane says. “There really was such a thing as a way to live glamorously, and people just gravitated toward it.” In the Ryan Murphy series, Truman’s so-called Swans were a group of ladies who lunch, laugh and lord over high society in New York in the 1950s and 1960s.

Babe Paley (Naomi Watts) is the bleeding heart of the flock, but Keith is the iron-fisted enforcer who leads the relentless charge to cast Capote out of the gilded world they control, and he covets after his betrayal is revealed.

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