This is should already happen to Ann Margret especially now in her seventies age, however, as you can see that she still does not look sunken at all and her face is still beautiful and fresh.
In and of itself, this would not be a problem, except that the script keeps talking about how much fun Bobbie is and, if we can't appreciate the fact that Bobbie wants to change while Jonathan does not, the story arc becomes an exhausting dead-end.
She had a seven year contract with 20th Century Fox, and has continued working on screen even this year.
And on a couple scores, Ann-Margret nails it.
Not many people know that Ann Margret is already in her seventy, which is because she still looked young like a fifty years old women.
Nichols makes hay from Ann-Margret's intensity, but it doesn't serve either the character or the film.
She also worked with Antony Hopkins a renowned actor in the film Magic in 1978 and appeared in many pictures with prominent actors of that era.
The shock of Bobbie's curves are equal to the frankness of her despair.