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Julianne Moore, John Turturro Talk ‘Gloria Bell’ and ‘Roma’ at MoMA Screening

Julianne Moore and John Turturro attended a screening Monday night for their new film “Gloria Bell,” at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Not surprisingly, Turturro was talking movies — and he compared “Gloria Bell” to another film he loved last year, “Roma.”
“I saw a story about a woman who you would never see the story about. I had to go back to watch it a second time,” he said. “It makes you look at someone and see them. That’s a big accomplishment. It’s the same thing with this film.”
In some ways, “Gloria Bell” is, indeed, similar to “Roma.” Bell, played by Moore, is a divorcée seeking her identity as a single woman by going to discos and hitting the dance floor at night. She’s got a crew of women friends and family supporting her. She meets Turturro at the club and they begin dating, but he has problems committing to her. Seemingly mundane portrayals of everyday life (Moore is depicted driving in her car singing along to music, or putting away laundry at her home), move the story along.
“Gloria Bell” is a remake of another movie, “Gloria,” made by the same director, Sebastián Lelio. Some critics

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