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Middle-Aged And Divorced, 'Gloria' Takes On Life's Uncertainties

Friday, January 24, 2014

Gloria is a new film from Chile that centers on a late-middle-aged divorced woman whose life is full of ambiguity. She's played by Paulina Garcia, who won the top acting prize — the Silver Bear — at the 2013 Berlin Film Festival, where the movie was a surprise hit. It opens this week in New York and Los Angeles, and wider next month.

Source: NPR

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