Eleanor Coppola recruited two of the best actresses in Hollywood to bring authentic representation on screen.
Eleanor Coppola is embarking on an incredible directing project called Love is Love is Love, where she is proving to audiences that there is no age cap on creativity, drive or talent.
Love is Love is Love is already earning praise for being one of the strongest feminist-inspired films to have been released this year.
In a story following the lives of three couples untangling love, commitment and loyalty among each other, Love is Love is Love delivers representation to emotionally mature women who are navigating through complex relationships. The film features an ensemble cast including Rita Wilson, Rosanna Arquette, Joanne Whalley and Cybill Shephard.
"It's three short pieces that the underlying theme is love of some sort. It's long relationships, or a long time friend, that's really the basis of it," Coppola said.
Coppola also shared her motivation behind directing a film at the age of 85.
"You get fearless. You say, 'What do I want to do before I die? What's left that I want to try?' It's been so thrilling to see the evolution over my lifetime of the generations that feel like they can go for it. Women are doing more and more. It's just great," Coppola said.
Rita Wilson and Rosanna Arquette also shared their excitement on working with the legend.
"I think what Eleanor did was she represented and saw a lot of women in mature relationships, and not just women with men, but in our particular story of women, there's not enough of those stories, I want to see more of those. Our business can tend to be very ageist in a way and I'd like to see more of those stories," Wilson said.
"To be able to have another experience like this where it's a woman director all about women, you don't give up on what your dreams are," Coppola said.
Love is Love is Love will be available on demand December 14th.