Davis attends the Cannes Film Festival with her oldest daughter, B.D., in 1963, where she saw "Baby Jane" for the first time. Like Christina Crawford, B.D. Hyman would write an unflattering book about her mother. Unlike "Mommie Dearest," "My Mother's Keeper" was published when its subject was still alive. Davis, who was recovering from a stroke, was devastated by what she saw as her daughter's betrayal and disinherited her.