Cinema: Right Angles

IT'S MY TURN Directed by Claudia Weill Screenplay by Eleanor Bergstein

It's My Turn confirms what Starting Over suggested: that Jill Clayburgh is Hollywood's most adorable klutz. Her skinny limbs jut out at odd angles, like folding yardsticks. Her face seems the work of an impish sculptor who added an Emmett Kelly nose to those handsome features. Her hair has declared war on itself. She hunches over her food as if protecting it from invaders, and swallows champagne in one gulp, as if it had an egg in it. She moves like an awkward little girl who in her mid-30s...

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