Renato is 12 when he first sees Malèna (Monica Bellucci), a lonely woman waiting for her husband to return from the African front in WWII. Clair supports Florence as she pours her huge inheritance into her dreams of learning to sing, even though she has no talent. Clair's "arrangement" is fascinating to watch play out.(2015)Doris' (Sally Field) sexual awakening takes place in an office elevator with her coworker, creative director John Fremont (Max Greenfield).
Like the other people in his town, he's fascinated by her. (2016)You can spend the entire movie trying to figure out the relationship between Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) and her devoted (and younger) husband, St. He clearly loves her, but also spends each evening with another woman, whom he loves too. This is the movie of a crush, and the extreme, endearing measures Doris takes to keep John in her life.(2009)It's the turn of the century in France, and clearly mothers have a more...involved relationship with their sons' sexual maturing.
For starters, a beautiful younger woman presents a blank canvas for many of us more mature romance artists.
Again, many claim that younger guys may be a lot more energetic, sexier, and undoubtedly more youthful.
Jennifer Aniston starred in this indie as Justine, a depressed 30-year-old retail clerk.
Basically, if a teenager is the type who name-drops Voltaire, middle-aged ladies will be all over him.
In Amy Schumer's "Last Fuckable Day" sketch, Sally Field is a punch line.
She's the go-to example of how Hollywood marginalizes women of a certain age.
Whereas male movie stars are consistently paired with love interests 10 or 20 years their junior (see: who's been cast opposite Tom Cruise in the new Field pursues a man more than three decades her junior.
Field plays Doris, who finds herself smitten with John Fremont (Max Greenfield), the new guy in her office.