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  • To circumvent the problem, Byrdie turns to the old Cyrano de Bergerac tactic by asking her nephew to become the face of her writing
  • This is one definitely worth watching regardless of our age

    • by Rebecca R. Bibbs
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      The Lifetime Television movie “Write & Wrong” is a courageous examination of aging in a medium that is perpetually young. Byrdie is an oscar-nominated who is told that her characters are too old and her themes are too stale for the

      18-28 crowd that the new (read almost fetal) exec and bean counter boss at the studio where she formerly worked wants to attract.

      To circumvent the problem, Byrdie turns to the old Cyrano de Bergerac tactic by asking her nephew to ...


      • become the face of her writing.

        This, of course, leads to a series of disasters that are resolved in the end.

        This is a great movie that really captures the trials and tribulations of American women over 40.

        It joins the

        ranks of great “over-the-hill” in Hollywood movies like Albert Brooks’ “The Muse.

        ” This is one definitely worth watching regardless of our age.

        And Kirstie Alley, the brilliant mind behind the cable series “Fat Actress,” is becoming a great voice for the disenfranchisement of women.




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