Age has nothing on passion.
Actress Ellen Burstyn learns as much in Michael Lembeck’s “Queen Bees,” playing now in theaters and on demand, in the role of a widow who begrudgingly (and temporarily) relocates to a retirement community while her home is being repaired.
“I’m 88, so it’s not like there are a lot of films written for actresses who are 88,” Burstyn laughed during an interview with the Daily News. “Now, of course, I’m not 88 in the film. … And there are very few films written or being produced for characters like” those in the film.