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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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One of my favorite movies ever! This movie was made in 1979 and stars Susan Flannery, age 39 and beautiful. She is a lonely architect and although many men make advances, she's not interested in any of them. Her best friend, Nina, has a son, Ed, who comes home from college. This is Jameson Parker who is supposedly 20 (but in real life was 32). Ed interns at the architect firm and works with Maggie (Flannery). He invites her to a play and realizes he has a crush on her, which leads him to continue taking her out: ballet, skating, the beach, an amusement park. Maggie finds she genuinely is falling in love with Ed and is having fun at last. Although the romance was brief and had to end, it was interesting watching. Susan Flannery should have won an award for this.
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