A Woman, a Part ★★

I love stories about depression and grief or feeling like your life has come to a point. I also love stories about actresses reaching a certain age. This film has both of these things, but the film never gets to a great place. Hell, it's even got some gay stuff going on and it still didn't help. It has many pieces to the puzzle, but not enough to complete it. Just didn't feel anything, which is a shame. I also don't remember how this got on my Netflix list, but figured I'd see it before it expired.