As some of the replies below are showing, however, I think, it tends to over-generalize.But I think it hits a very good point - Age is "not just a number" for everybody when it comes to relationships. While I guess it's always good for couples to have some experience in common, in a lot of ways, we Boomers truly came of age in a very different world than many young people, I believe.One client begs for a second chance when their contract gets revoked!Patti takes on a high-powered perfectionist who can't find his "perfect" match and an overtly sexual singer who leads with her body, and not her heart.Patti has her work cut out for her when two high intensity lawyers check in. Drama erupts when Patti tries to thaw an Ice Queen's frozen heart.David Goldman, the epic ageist, and Rhonda Wills, a red carpet snob, force Patti to pull out all the stops to try to find them love. Chef Roblé, who must whip up a balance between love and work, checks in.See more » There have been a lot of mixed reactions to this film. I didn't enjoy it but staying away from the obvious tendency to judge this film based solely on the fact it's Madonna who's directed/co-wrote it there are some diamonds in the (very) rough.
For one woman, Wally Winthrop, it has much more meaning.Not only is that due, in my opinion, to the extensive changes in technology, as the article suggests, but also to changes in society, as a whole (even though we helped to bring about many of those changes, ourselves).Meanwhile, I notice that some of you have your full name and/or email address in your username. If so, just click on your username (above, right) and change your username where shown.One of these plots are really good, the other really bad.The good one is the story of Edward VIII who abdicated from his place on the throne in order to marry a commoner, Wallis Simpson.