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Spotted: an older woman on screen

21 October 2010 2:12 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Annette Bening looks older. Well, hurrah for that! It's a rare but pleasurable example of a woman my age in a Hollywood film

The Kids Are All Right has several things going for it. Close behind Mark Ruffalo at his most adorably Ruffaloesque, Julianne Moore's scrumptious rump and the title being The Kids Are All Right and not The Kids Are Alright, is the rare but pleasurable spectacle of a woman my age up on screen in big close-up. We haven't seen much of Annette Bening of late, and apparently she's been too busy rearing children to worry about getting lifted or Botoxed, because she looks older. Well, hurrah for that! That's what my neck looks like too!

There are, of course, inevitable online comments by wet-eared oiks who sneer: "She's beginning to look like the Crypt Keeper." But this is what fiftysomething females look like, tykes, so get over it. »

- Anne Billson

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