The book Doris is reading is "A SEAL at Heart" by Anne Elizabeth. See more »
When Doris is at the diner with her co workers, the shots go back and forth with angles. Each time the angles change, the drink for the female co worker has inconsistent placement. In one shot she can be seen lifting it up to her mouth to drink, and the very next shot it is down on the table again and we can see her lifting it up to her mouth again. This continues throughout the entire scene. See more »
One day we woke up, and
was just gone... so that was interesting...
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Baby Goya and The Nuclear Winters' new album cover featuring Doris appears near the beginning of the credits. See more »
Academy Award winner, Sally Field proves that she still has the charm and charisma at this stage in life, to headline a young hip movie.
Fields plays, Doris, a seasoned Staten Islander working in accounts at a young trendy business, who develops a crush on the new Art Director who sparks the young at heart feeling Doris needed after spending her youth taking care of a ill mother.
It's a very realistic look at what it's like for someone who has an age difference form the rest of their co workers.
Sally Field was great to look at. She brings that old school class of acting to a new style of film making. Field brings a lot of respect to Doris, that makes you feel for the character and connect with what she's going through as she pursues her much younger love interest.
It's familiar and refreshing all at the same time. A funny and enjoyable must see film.
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