I think I saw the complete live interview with Faye Dunaway last night. I was exceedingly disappointed that they did not discuss Mommie Dearest. If they did, I missed it. I thought it was one of the best performances of Faye Dunaway's career. It was a real hommage to a very complicated and complex great movie star.
Unless the grandson, that you mentioned, is speaking directly for or representing one of Joan Crawford's adopted children, I don't really think I care what he thinks. Three of Joan Crawford's adopted children are still alive and are quite capable of speaking for themselves.
Well, he seems to be speaking for himself. He says in the article that he is encouraging her mother to watch the series. She , I guess like most of the family, still have nightmares of Mommie Dearest. To him, she was just the grandmother they used to visit as children.
The clip of her walking across that river with the gun is worth a look to me