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Look back at Diane Keaton and all the men in her life.

GROW­ING UP in Santa Ana, Calif., Diane Hall just “wanted to be adored.” And af­ter tak­ing her mom’s maiden name, head­ing off to NYC and cre­at­ing a style she “stole” from “cool women on the streets of Soho,” Diane Keaton cer­tainly got her wish. But amid act­ing ac­claim and Hol­ly­wood ro­mances, she even­tu­ally wanted some­thing more — be­com­ing a writer, pho­tog­ra­pher and mother,

adopt­ing daugh­ter Dex­ter and son Duke in her 50s. “Slow­ing down isn’t some­thing I can re­late to at all,” con­fessed Diane, who turns 73 on Jan. 5. “The goal is to con­tinue in good and bad, all of it. To con­tinue to ex­press my­self, par­tic­u­larly. To feel the world. To ex­plore. To be with peo­ple. To take things too far. To risk. To love.

I just want to know more and see more.”

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