They got married in 1985 and divorced only a few years later. Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart have a true Hollywood love story. However, 3 years later, he was able to find love once more, in journalist Keely Shaye Smith.They both moved on and had super successful careers. Unfortunately, that marriage also ended in divorce. They met in a way only 2 famous people could, at the Golden Globe Awards (in 2002). The two met in Mexico and there was an instant connection. They are still happily married and have 2 sons together: Paris and Dylan.
In "Fantasies About Rebecca", thirty-nine year old Rebecca Waynon is outwardly in control of her life, from her job as a bank manager to her personal long term relationship with older Robert.
Although 35 years or more is a huge 'age gap', in my opinion, this country makes too big a deal out of age gaps!!! Most of may family members had a 20 year gap and no one was complaining. I put a ring on her finger years ago, and I suppose I should make it official already (the ball is in my lap; she is just waiting).
She is gorgeous, and I am a penniless ne'er-do-well. We have been living together for almost eight years.
One of them takes care of her mother in a big lonely house, Rebecca stops listening to her own feelings because a baby does not fit into the life of her married lover, Rose discovers that her son is growing up, Calista's girlfriend is dying and ? After watching the film I thought: what does this film want to tell us about women? Some of the lines in the film stuck in my mind: The blind girl says about the woman who committed suicide: `I bet you could tell just by looking at her that there was a man involved.' When giving this line some thought I starting seeing the film as a comment on `loneliness' in general. I think the film is about the nature of making connections and being involved with other people although it is painful and sometimes lead to self-sacrifice.
It shows us the horror which is tied with the fear of being left alone, although the connections which are made does little to remove the feeling of loneliness.