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Andie McDowell as We’ve Never Seen Her

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While the movie Love After Love may be tricky to track down in your neighborhood, look for it. It’s the debut film by Russell Harbaugh and features the ever-beautiful Andie MacDowell, who returns to the screen in a challenging and engaging role.

MacDowell, 59, a model back in the day, is well-remembered for her performances in St. Elmo’s Fire (are you hearing the theme song in your head? We are), Sex, Lies and Videotape and Four Weddings and a Funeral. She’s been absent from the screen for a while, but returns as a recent widow trying to figure out her next steps as she and her sons grieve.

Emotions come spilling out – and not always sweet ones – as the family makes sense of life after loss. Audiences are loving the strong, multi-layered characters in the film—and the fact that MacDowell’s Suzanne is portrayed as a sexual being. The movie has nude scenes, MacDowell’s first. She has said that in the past, she avoided getting naked on-screen, worried about what her three kids might think. Now, that concern has faded…one of the hidden benefits of midlife, you might say.

Janet Siroto


 

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Bold is beautiful. She always was, still is, blessed with a fat- free body.

Leeanne Parsons Huber. Doesn’t Ron like her?

Yes, adores her. Started in Sex, Lies, and Videotape and continued through Green Card and Groundhog Day… 🙂

Oh yes. We forgot to mention Groundhog Day!!

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