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By GREG COOK  |  June 24, 2008

That presence is key to her 1992 hologram Corpse with Weeds, in which she plays dead, lying on her back with eyes closed, holding a bouquet on her bare chest. It began as a half-serious, half-impish-joke stare into the face of death. And now that she’s actually passed on, it has a haunting charge.

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