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re: why does the Norma/Joe "romance" have to make "sense" age-wise?
Posted by: simbo 03:40 am EDT 04/16/21
In reply to: why does the Norma/Joe "romance" have to make "sense" age-wise? - Chazwaza 05:07 pm EDT 04/15/21

The argument that Glenn is too old is that she needs to have been are relatively young starlet during the silent era, and, assuming they're keeping Cecil B DeMille as a character who's actively directing in the film version - historically, he was last directing in 1956 - so Norma shouldn't really be older than her late 50s. Glenn is very clearly not in her late 50s - although late 50s in 1956 and late 50s now do look somewhat different.
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