Radha Blank has crafted an epic piece of work that delivers on every front.

With the number of times Radha Blank’s name is on The Forty-Year-Old Version, it was most certainly a balancing act for the talent who has previously written for Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It series, But every part fits and the vision feels like it was delivered without compromise. The film captures Blank’s version of New York City, a modern bustling city made lonely by the pressures of her students, her life-long best friend and agent (Peter Kim), and the uppity and kinda-villainous play producer (Reed Birney).

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