Ellen Burstyn is mad as hell, and she’s not going to take it anymore. “I’ve never seen anything like it in my life,” she exclaims, her warm voice rising an octave or two as she does. 1,096 more words
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For way back Wednesday, here’s my review of Age of Adaline. I was flipping through the channels the other day and noticed it is playing on Showtime or Cinemax. 48 more words
A surgeon desperately searches for a cure for his wife’s cancer while absorbing himself into the world contained within her final novel.
Darren Aronofsky is nothing if not brave and once again willingly sacrifices mainstream acceptability to realise his vision. 126 more words
On Women Turning 50: Celebrating Mid-Life Discoveries, by Cathleen Rountree
Subject/Topic: “On Women Turning Fifty” honors the new faces of aging with powerful, positive images of fiftysomething women who share stories of mid-life discovery. 232 more words
The San Francisco Film Society has selected Ellen Burstyn as the recipient of its Peter J. Owens Award for excellence in acting.
The award will be presented at the April 25 awards night for the 59th San Francisco International Film Festival at Fort Mason Center’s Herbst Pavilion. 265 more words