CINEMA: LIVING IT UP!

WITH FOUR MOVIES DUE OUT THIS YEAR, ACTRESS LIV TYLER IS THE '90S IT GIRL

Could it be that womanhood has simply gone out of fashion? Listen to a supermodel speak and you will hear her referring to her Chanel-outfitted colleagues as "girls." See twentysomethings like Winona Ryder, Juliette Lewis or Uma Thurman in movies and interviews and you realize that young actresses do not seem to be all that interested in growing up and getting out of their baseball sneakers. In the '90s, ingenuedom has become interminable: Lauren Bacall was a woman at 19; Sandra Bullock and Sarah Jessica Parker are girls at 31. But then many young actresses today work harder at charming us...

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