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It's with Sean Young, who looks amazing for 50. There isn't much of a plot, and it doesn't help that it's so short a film.
However, as a Blade Runner fan...
It's too bad she didn't coax Ridley Scott to do something with it, and somehow involve some of the other BR cast like Bill Sanderson (JF Sebastian character), that'd be pretty funny.
If I had to pick a culprit, I would pick the writer- the structure is bare bones to the point of banality (bland setup, process, weak payoff). Also I think the text doesn't go nearly far enough. The simple truth is that if she really contacted that many guys, there would be at least a couple who's interested in older women. Did I mention she looks amazing for 50?
A good looking woman at 50 meets younger guy new to LA. I think there's quite a bit of humanity in the situation and the script completely missed it. There's a lot more comedy to be had also. Clearly a hack writer with compassion for his characters.
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