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Title: Ladies In Lavender 

Year Of Release: 2005

Review Date: April 30, 2009

Rating: PG-13

Running time: 103 minutes

Box Office Gross: $20,377,075

Site Rating: 5 out of 10 stars

Ladies In Lavender starring Dame Judi Dench, is about two retired sisters living in Cornwall, England during the 1930’s.

They discover an unconscious, young, handsome Polish man on the beach and nurse him back to health in their cottage. Shortly after, they find out he is a gifted musician that plays the violin.

Both women fall in love with him only to lose out in the end when he becomes enamored with an artist his own age.

So much for the cougar thing, then. Seriously, the word “cougar” modern day slang to describe an older woman romantically trying after a younger man or dating one, sounds so predatory and undignified. Back to the film. It was artistic and Dench turned in another great performance.


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