Gloria

Chile’s official submission for Best Foreign Language Film to 2014 Oscars tells the humorous story of Gloria a middle-aged empty-nester looking for love who finds it, but then has to make it fit into her life.

Showtimes 10:15am, 12:40pm, 3:05pm, 5:30pm, 8pm, 10:30pm

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Angelika Film Center

18 West Houston Street in Greenwich Village

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“Gloria” is Sebastián Lelio’s 2013 film about Gloria (Paulina García), a lonely 58 year old divorced empty-nester who decides she is not giving in to middle-aged loneliness. She tries the typical solution of singles parties and such, but finds the typical reward of disappointment and more emptiness.

Then she meets Rodolfo who is a little older, but towards whom she feels some attraction. Gloria decides it’s a good time in her life to let go and fall in love again. All is well until Rodolfo feels forced to give up his old habits to make room for his new companion and Gloria has to come to terms with her own dark secrets.

The developed societies are aging. “Gloria” is an eloquently told version of a story that will be familiar to many.

“Gloria” was Chile’s official submission for Best Foreign Language Film to 2014 Oscars. Against expectations, it was not nominated.

Showtimes 10:15am, 12:40pm, 3:05pm, 5:30pm, 8pm, 10:30pm

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Angelika Film Center

The Angelika Film Center is an art-house cinema in Greenwich Village.

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