Age of Elegance

Age of Elegance

Age of Elegance

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The only statistical requirement is that one be 60 years or better. Their traits include graciousness, dignity, maturity and inner beauty. They are women of distinction; women of vigor. They have reached the Age of Elegance. The Ms. Senior America Pageant is the first and foremost pageant to honor those women who have reached what has been termed the Age of Elegance. This five-day event was held at the New York, New York Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, where thirty-two contestants competed for the title of Ms. Senior America. Director Cooper Layne's portrayal of this almost-unknown pageant is at once radiant and intelligent. Providing an intimate look through the eyes of just a number of the contestants, one is quick to see that--unlike most other pageants--the Ms. Senior America pageant encourages character, diversity and uniqueness "I learned so much about living life and growing older from the ladies you're about to meet, and I think the thing I took away from it all is that being old is a state of mind, and, as such, it is an option--it doesn't have to be. Because let's face it. We're all gonna get older...but we don't have to get old." --Cooper Layne, director Age of Elegance

The only statistical requirement is that one be 60 years or better. Their traits include graciousness, dignity, maturity and inner beauty. They are women of distinction; women of vigor.
A delightful, coming-of-age story where a young girl's body betrays her by dragging her across the threshold into womanhood.