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Julianne Moore's 'Kids Are All Right' Premiered at Berlinale

February 18, 2010 03:42:40 GMT

The actress celebrates the moment by sharing a kiss with director Lisa Cholodenko at the red carpet of the event on Wednesday, February 17.


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The 60th Berlin International Film Festival has been used by Focus Features to premiere one of their films "The Kids Are All Right". On Wednesday, February 17, Julianne Moore has supported the promotional effort by attending the special screening which took place at Festival Palace in Berlin, Germany.

Looking beautiful in a black strapless dress, the 49-year-old beauty was joined by the film's director Lisa Cholodenko. The two seemed trying to boost the film which has a lesbian-themed storyline as they were seen lip-locking when being pictured on the red carpet.

After a press screening, Moore talked about her opinion on the film. "For me the portrait is very much the portrait of a marriage and a family and about what it's like to be married for a long time and to have children," she told reporters. "I don't think it matters what your sexuality is. For Annette [Benning; co-star] and I, we've both been married, we both have children, we know what it's like to parent, we know what it's like to be in a long-term relationship."

"The Kids Are All Right" centers its story on a lesbian couple, Julianne Moore's Jules and Annette Benning's Nic, who has two children, Mia Wasikowska's Joni and Josh Hutcherson's Laser, from artificial insemination. The teenagers then decide to seek out their biological father, Mark Ruffalo's Paul, and as they meet him a complicated new chapter begins for the family. This drama comedy is set for July 7 release in the U.S.



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posted by Mike on Feb 19, 2010
Saw it yesterday and loved it. A very, very funny and mature film. The fact that they are lesbians is secondary to the trials of making a marriage work. The elements of insecurity and betrayal are well done. The humor is fresh. A film for everyone.
posted by Betsy Ross on Feb 18, 2010
I was there. It was great. The film was fun. The acting was excellent & believable, as were the characters. I was very very pleasantly surprised because it was not a film I was interested in seeing. My congratulations to the entire cast & crew for such a lovely, funny & intelligent film.

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