Even for the ones who found work, it was rarely award-caliber roles. More often it was the aunt — crazy or kind — the older wife who is betrayed, the mom. Not the crème but the clabber. It's why the movies lost, for a while, wonderfully talented women to TV. Glenn Close, 66, and six Oscar nominations thus far, racked up five years doing "Damages," but she's back with five films due out next year. Sally Field, 67, spent five years as the ruling matriarch of ABC's "Brothers & Sisters," and when she came back to film as Mary Todd Lincoln in last year's "Lincoln," the performance earned her an Oscar nomination. Jessica Lange, 64, a two-time Oscar winner, remains in TV land thanks to a remarkable ongoing run in FX's "American Horror Story."