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Advanced Style NR CC

4.8 out of 5 stars (74) IMDb 7.3/10

Based on the his popular blog and book, street photographer Ari Seth Cohen and director Lina Plioplyte dive into the personal lives of New York City's most fashionable seniors. In an industry obsessed with youth, these older women dispel conventional ideas about beauty and aging and prove that with age comes grace and confidence.

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Joyce Carpati, Ari Cohen
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1 hour, 12 minutes

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Genres Drama, Documentary, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Lina Plioplyte
Starring Joyce Carpati, Ari Cohen
Supporting actors Lynn Dell, Zelda Kaplan, Jacquie Murdock, Debra Rapoport, Tziporah Salamon, Ilona Smithkin
Studio Bond/360
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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What a beautiful testament to show the beauty of our senior women. Not only are they gorgeous in beautifully chosen fashion clothing but also have beautiful attitudes and charisma. I would recomend this movie to every senior woman to give her confidence in herself but also to teenage girls who cannot accept any lack of perfection in themselves. This is a movie for all ages. I thoroughly enjoyed it and plan to watch it many more times
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A beautiful salute to often maligned and dismissed group. Older women finally get the kudos for the strength, creativity and joy they bring to the world. Buy the book, the movie and share it with the young and old.
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I first became aware of this little jewel of a movie after a friend of mine posted it on face book. My fascination with these "dressed to the ninth" ladies was immediate and total and I ordered the movie. As I watched these bold ladies and their attitudes on aging, their beautiful put together outfits and love of life, a shot of inspiration cursed throughout my body and I swore right then and there that I myself would make a change in my every day life to dress and think more creatively and more colorful. This adorable movie changed my life. First thing I did was buy myself a hot pink cashmere sweater and made a hot pink headband with an outrageously huge pink flower pinned on it. I never got this much attention and compliments since my 20's and I loved it. If you are young or old I would highly recommend you buy this "feel good movie" because it will give you hope and joy. My compliments to acclaimed street style photographer Ari Seth Cohen and director Lina Plioplyte for their imagination and insight to do this creative work.
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'Advanced Style' is a lovely and at times amusing documentary. The film maker, also a blogger, Ari Seth Cohen, and while working through the streets of New York City he saw many lovely older women who reminded him of his grandmother. He would stop and introduce himself and tell the person he loved their style, would like to take a photo. These people, all women in this film, were flattered and acceded to his request. He started to develop relationships with these women, appearing in his blog.They run the gamut of every possible style, shape and age. From late 50's to 95, we get to meet these women in all their glory.

"Seven New York women are profiled in this film. We meet, Tziporah Salamon, known as Zippy, is the baby of the group, at 62 (during the filming). She shows off her vintage ensembles while bicycling around Manhattan. Zelda Kaplan, 95, is the eldest, a connoisseur of woven fabrics whose last visit to Fashion Week is the film’s most dramatic development. Joyce Carpati, 80, seems the most elegant, with a silver Frances Farmer braid, pearls and an antiques-filled apartment." New York Times.

My favorite woman is Joyce Carpati, such a beautiful woman with a glorious braid and superb skin. She is fashionable and more reserved most of the time, than the other women. However, all of the women are just glorious. I enjoyed all of their stories and their fashion. The pink hair, bold lips, long red eyelashes made out of the woman's hair, array of colors, hats, hair styles, all add to the charm of these women. They give their vision and represent themselves so well.

The blogger, Ari Cohen, has done such a great service to the older woman in New York City. Their lives have changed and so has his life, for the better.
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I read this blog occasionally and was really happy to see a movie! The ladies were wonderful and it was a treat to learn more about the women behind the styles. I say, "I hope I'm that stylish when I'm that age!" but then look down at my t-shirt and overalls and remind myself that I'm not that stylish NOW. I really want those damask pants. I've coveted them for years.

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By grace on October 14, 2014
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really inspirational love these ladies spirit, i want to be like them when i grow up.
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Great movie and book. Seth Cohen did a fabulous job documenting older NYC women with a dramatic flair. As many of us age, we stop trying to look our best and just dress sloppy. These women, ages 65 to in their 90's show us that dressing up and going out on the street, even if only to the grocery store, is a therapeutic and lively event. They look gorgeous and inspire women wherever they live to get up every morning, put on their face and dress with style, their own style. Marvelous!!!!
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Absolutely love it. I saw some reviews saying that it was not what they expected and it showed only crazy old women dressed like bag ladies or clowns. Yes, there are some with really unique eccentric outlandish taste (even by young people standards) but there are many who are elegant and stylish. The whole point is to show older women don't have to conform to tradition and can choose to be themselves and do what feel good for them. I live in an eclectic place called Asheville and it's so much fun people watching. People need to be more broad-minded and more accepting of our differences. You don't read this book to imitate others' ways. You read this book to be inspired and know you can wear whatever you feel like regardless of your age. Lynn Dell said in the book, 'My philosophy is fashion says "me too", while style says "only me". '
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