In an interview with Us Weekly, Keesha Sharp explained why telling Monica’s story was so important and special, explaining that her character’s journey in “Spring Breakthrough” shows that there is no timeline to find the love as a woman despite society’s expectations and messages. “Reading the script, I loved that it’s about women of a certain age, it doesn’t matter if you’re 30, 40, 50 and over, you know, there’s a time,” a- she declared. “There is time and we are all here for our breakthrough.”
Sharp pointed out that life doesn’t just stop when you reach a specific age. “It’s over when you stop breathing,” she says. Her character, a middle-aged mother, always experiences extreme lows (losing her job) and extreme highs (her new romance and good news about her daughter). So, like all women over 40, Monica is on the roller coaster of life, and this story will likely resonate with a lot of women who don’t typically see themselves portrayed on screen anymore.
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