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How long was it before you knew exactly what it was you wanted?
I don't know that I ever did. I think it was probably just a series of binary choices. You know; this and that, this and that. All the little decisions seem to have been made for me. But umm... here I am. Kind of scary, isn't it?
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Susan Flannery is the perfect fit here. She looks older than her age, which is forty, but she looks incredible. Such a beautiful shaped face and a terrific figure.
Jameson Parker on the other hand, as a college student half her age, in real life is only eight years younger, and it shows. They don't look that far apart in age in the movie just like they aren't in real life, so this May/November romance is more March/June, and no big deal, really...
Just two great looking people hooking up, and the suspense of her best friend Rita Moreno finding out she's with her son, or her son finding out she's with a guy not much older than him, isn't as effective on paper as the actors try their best to keep as a reminder to the audience: that the point of the movie is a taboo romance, which it isn't.
They are perfect for each other and their chemistry is just too relaxed for even that aspect, when it's just the two alone and in love, making love, to matter. But it's nice seeing Susan Flannery in all her middle aged beauty. She's prettier than most college girls try hard to be.
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