One of the film's you probably didn't see this year (or maybe you did since we've all been held captive by the pandemic) is: 'The Forty-Year-Old Version.' The writer, director and star of it is Radha Blank. A newbie on the scene who plays a struggling playwright who combats her midlife crisis by reinventing herself as rapper RadhaMUSPrime.
Here's the thing: She's pretty damn good at it. And making films, by the way. Here's a piece I wrote on her and her fantastic first effort, which can be seen on Netflix.