Andie MacDowell said she's saddened by Hollywood's obsession with youth, but she believes older actresses have a future.
"I don't think that youth should be glorified," said MacDowell, 45, who was in Vienna, Austria, attending Thursday night's Opera Ball. "It's a mind-set that has to be changed.
"But I think it's changing a little bit," she added. "The baby boomers are now mature and they're gonna want something they can relate to - I hope."
MacDowell said she's confident enough that older actresses have a future that she's devoting most of her time to her children.
After they're grown, "who's to say I can't find some great work when I'm 55 or 65?"
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