This is a weighty tome of nearly 1,000 pages, but despite its length this rather amorphous narrative is of little help in deducing Cocteau's NPA type. Without even an index for guidance (although there is a list of names mentioned in the book), this reader was relegated to reading the initial and final few chapters and skimming the interior, in the hope of not missing some gem that might give some insight to our main character. The author's style is breezy, wordy and impressionistic, with dozens of names liberally sprinkled in every chapter, some of them familiar but many not. If you are not familiar with any of the individuals mentioned, even important individuals in Cocteau's life, then they will be just names, as no effort is made to characterize any of them.
Would I recommend this book? Yes, but only if you have read in their entirety all seven volumes of Proust's Remembrance of Things Past.
Cocteau was recently queried in a recent posting:
Given Cocteau's stature as an avant-gardiste, a dabbler and a bisexual (mostly males) libertine, the NPA+ diagnosis is not a good fit. The video gives no inkling of A− trait, so a reasonable first guess would be N type.