Following her death in 1962, the public's salacious interest in the zaftig Marilyn Monroe quickly turned to sympathy for foster child Norma Jean. Based on the eponymous coffee-table book, this disc, which is more a photographer's scrapbook than a revealing biography, follows the same path. Surprisingly, portrait photographer Bernard's notes about Monroe's dealings with studio execs turn out to be the disc's highlight. The dozen video clips, including her prurient Happy Birthday Mr. President performance, could be more extensive and the German accented narrator is a silly embellishment (it is not the voice of Bernard). But fans will appreciate the generally sympathetic tone and extended lamentations over Norma Jean Baker's loss of innocence.