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Review: 'Gloria's' portrait of older singles brims with authenticity
Paulina Garcia is a wonder as an effervescent divorced woman in 'Gloria,' Sebastian Lelio's near-perfect film.
By Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times Film Critic
There is a naturalistic charm to the truth-telling going on in "Gloria," Chilean director Sebastian Lelio's near-perfect film about the very imperfect world of a divorced woman of a certain age.
Starring the incomparable Paulina Garcia in every scene - every single one, no exaggeration - the film settles comfortably between romantic comedy and drama. Perhaps the better way to characterize it is affectionately ironic love story. Read more...
Review: With No Regrets, Living Her Life as a Bossa Nova
In 'Gloria,' a Chilean in Her Late 50s Embraces Passion
By A. O. Scott, The New York Times Film Critic
"Are you always this happy?" Rodolfo asks Gloria, shortly after catching her eye. They are at a nightclub where middle-aged residents of Santiago, Chile, dance and flirt, and where Gloria, in her 50s and long divorced, occasionally goes to attract the attention of a silver-haired Romeo. Rodolfo, who has a kind, crumpled face and a winningly uncertain manner, makes Gloria laugh with this pickup line. No, she says, sometimes in the mornings she is sad, and in the afternoons, too. Read more...
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