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Gloria Bell

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Chile, United States · 2018
Rated R · 1h 42m
Director Sebastián Lelio
Starring Julianne Moore, John Turturro, Alanna Ubach, Michael Cera
Genre Drama, Romance

Gloria is a 50-something divorcée living in Los Angeles, where she spends her days in the office and her nights in the club. When she suddenly begins a new relationship, she must reckon once again with the complicated nature of dating, identity, and family. A remake of the 2013 film GLORIA.

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IndieWire by Eric Kohn

Moore’s compassionate performance confirms the strength of the original and its beloved heroine’s universal appeal. More than that, Gloria Bell proves that the best stories can be told endlessly, so long as they’re told well.


Variety by Peter Debruge

Although García and Moore were born in the same year (under the same sign!), Lelio is more mature now than he was when he made the original film, and he brings that experience to the project in small but crucial ways.


The Hollywood Reporter by Stephen Dalton

Crucially, like its predecessor, Gloria Bell maintains a warm but rigorously unsentimental tone despite material which could easily lend itself to mawkish sentimentality.


TheWrap by Steve Pond

You can love “Gloria” and still think that Gloria Bell is an admirable reimagining that stands on its own while paying tribute to the original.


The Playlist by Victor Stiff

Moore plays Gloria with a twinkle in her eye that makes her lovable and a yearning for connection that makes her relatable.

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