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Feels kinda overlong even at 70 min, but worth watching. Was great seeing someone I know in there.
Older ladies share their thoughts and feelings on living life fully and freely through fashion and body love
This movie is awesome and very inspiring. This movie and Iris are must see. I loved them both and have watched them mutlple times.
A must, must, must watch!!!!
enpowering often the neglected elders. great fashion
I loved these ladies and the gentlemen, Ari, who worked with each of these artistic women in a kind and gentle way. It is a story of being who you are and enjoying life. Great job to each of you! Loved the blog and the documentary!
A lovely documentary about OAP fashionista pensioners
Unique. Luscious. Lovely. A glimpse into the lives and closets of ageless, spectacular women who flaunt their unique style.
As a fashion student/enthusiast I found this documentary really interesting and riveting. I've always had an affinity towards older people and it was wonderful to see these women defy the "norm" of society and fashion. They share my same philosophy with fashion: if you like it, wear it. It's art and these women wear it well.