“The Age of Adaline,” is the story of a young woman (Blake Lively) that after a car accident, realizes that she is no longer aging. At first, she just appears youthful, but eventually she goes on the run to keep her secret. The only one that really knows Adaline’s secret is her daughter (Ellen Burstyn) and Adaline misses most of her daughter’s life adult life while on the run. The film opens as Adaline is just about to reinvent herself again, and in a moment of weakness she lets a wealthy philanthropist (Michiel Huisman) into her private life more than she had in a long time. By falling in love, Adaline finds herself in trouble again, or is she?
“The Age of Adaline” was written by J. Mills Goodloe (“The Best of Me”) and Salvador Paskowitz (“Nic & Tristen Go Mega Dega”) and directed by Lee Toland Kreiger (“Celeste and Jesse Forever”) and is a film that will remind many classic film lovers of films from the 1940’s and 1950’s.
A HUGE "thank you" to Ned & Grace for sponsoring this movie. They are members of Northeast Historic Film and tremendous supporters of the Alamo Theatre.