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At the outset, Jack Nicholson romances Amanda Peet, who plays Diane Keaton’s daughter. The movie, however, preaches that age-appropriate love interests are best: Keaton and Nicholson are the characters you want to be together — when you’re not ogling the gorgeous Hamptons interiors. Jake Gyllenhaal’s exceedingly creepy Lou Bloom blackmails local news director Nina Romina (Rene Russo) into sleeping with him.
It turns out her zany wardrobe is a hit in Williamsburg, and the two end up becoming friends.
Doris may be a bit clueless, but the movie doesn't deny Field her sexuality.
At one point, hipsters at a concert assume that John is sleeping with her.
Saddled with an unhappy marriage, Justine engages in an affair with new employee Holden (Jake Gyllenhaal).
This is yet another example of the trope in which an older woman uses a younger man to revitalize her spirit. (2002) This Sundance hit features a mature-for-his-age 15-year-old who really wants to get with his stepmother (Sigourney Weaver), but first ends up with his stepmother's friend (Bebe Neuwirth).