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Books club reviews - Gold Years of Liebe turns into allusions | Film
There is an arguement that any Hollywood movie that recognizes older girls as sexually explicit is a good thing. They could stretch that case to take in the fact that since the filming determination is routinely draping the kind of Robert De Niro and Morgan Freeman with Vegas deadty in the repute of diversion, confidently Diane Keaton and Jane Fonda deed in on the act is single gathering.
But, just like Hollywood insist that its older actors meet the physical standard of a woman many centuries younger - with their stubbornly aerobic limbs and chip punk cheekbones, fonda and co. look unbelievable, but unlike most northern 70 year old girls - the film business has this gathering of impressive actor talents in the same kind of screaming, apparent romance that can be endured by all ages of performers.
Like Diane (Keaton), Vivian (Fonda), Sharon (Candice Bergen) and Carol (Mary Steenburgen), they have been life-long fans of the book and winemaking world since the 1960'. One of them proposes Fifty Shades of Grey (sound of the claxon launch, and actually over and over again for the whole movie) and the girls get their moyos back together.
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