The Forty-Year-Old Version2020
The Forty-Year-Old Version (2020)
Critic Consensus: The Forty-Year-Old Version opens a compelling window into the ebbs and flows of the artist's life -- and announces writer-director-star Radha Blank as a major filmmaking talent with her feature debut.
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as Josh Whitman
as Archie (as Peter Y. Kim)
as D's Boy
as Male Lead
as Theater patron
as Black Woman
as Fake Kamal
as Fake Rosa
as Theater Patron (uncredited)
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"The Forty-Year-Old Version" makes a compelling case for another set of lists: The 40-Over-40. They deserve it just as much, if not more.
The plot of the movie is kind of wicked and free; the first half soars more than the second, but satisfaction and belly-laughs abound.
A ramshackle, winningly raw coming-of-middle-age shot in vivid black and white but told in emotional Technicolor.
[Radha's] real hope is if she can create her own space. The Forty-Year-Old Version -- witty and deeply personal -- is Blank doing exactly that.
It's a sharply observed comment on the ways women of colour are encouraged to contort their creativity in order to be consumed by white audiences.
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