Radha Blank Arrives With The Impressive ’40-Year-Old Version’ [Sundance Review]

Park City – A movie centered on someone in a mid-life crisis attempting something out of the box to recharge themselves isn’t particularly “fresh” these days, especially in the world of American independent cinema. Reading the logline of “The 40-Year-Old-Version,” which premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival today, you might wonder if the directorial debut of Radha Blank could bring anything new to this familiar genre. I mean, a film about a 40-year-old struggling playwright deciding she wants to become a hip-hop artist?

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