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& # 39; I don't know if anything has changed & # 39 ;: Julianne Moore, 58, has now discussed the impact of the #MeToo and Time & # 39; s Up movements in a new interview with ES Magazine

& # 39; There has been no real shift & # 39 ;: Julianne Moore admits that the # MeToo movement has opened & # 39; doors but things will not change unless people make an effort & # 39;

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She has never hesitated in discussing social issues that concern Hollywood.

And Julianne Moore, 58, has now talked about the impact of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements in a new interview with ES Magazine.

The acclaimed actress admitted that she & # 39; did not know if there had been a shift & # 39; with the movements, and added that that change only takes place when & # 39; people make an effort & # 39 ;.

& # 39; I don't know if anything has changed & # 39 ;: Julianne Moore, 58, has now discussed the impact of the #MeToo and Time & # 39; s Up movements in a new interview with ES Magazine

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& # 39; I don't know if anything has changed & # 39 ;: Julianne Moore, 58, has now discussed the impact of the #MeToo and Time & # 39; s Up movements in a new interview with ES Magazine

Julianne spoke passionately about her thoughts about the # MeToo and Time & # 39; s Up movements – a movement against sexual harassment and abuse.

The Oscar winner said, "(They were) the biggest seismic change we've ever had, just because it made people realize how much inequality there was in our company, I don't know if there really was a shift.

& # 39; A door has been opened that has been opened, but things will not change unless you do your best. If you are someone who thinks, "I'm going to do my best to hire 50 percent women," it will happen, but it won't happen by accident. "

Julianne added: & # 39; I am only now starting to make my own material. & # 39;

Views: the actress admitted that she & # 39; did not know if there had been a shift & # 39; with the movements, adding that change only happens when & # 39; people make an effort & # 39;

Views: the actress admitted that she & # 39; did not know if there had been a shift & # 39; with the movements, adding that change only happens when & # 39; people make an effort & # 39;

Views: the actress admitted that she & # 39; did not know if there had been a shift & # 39; with the movements, adding that change only happens when & # 39; people make an effort & # 39;

& # 39; Change does not happen by accident & # 39 ;: Julianne spoke passionately about her thoughts about the # MeToo and Time & # 39; s Up movements - a movement against sexual harassment / assault
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& # 39; Change does not happen by accident & # 39 ;: Julianne spoke passionately about her thoughts about the # MeToo and Time & # 39; s Up movements - a movement against sexual harassment / assault

& # 39; Change does not happen by accident & # 39 ;: Julianne spoke passionately about her thoughts about the # MeToo and Time & # 39; s Up movements – a movement against sexual harassment / assault

The Still Alice star, active since the early 1980s, also spoke about her & # 39; pet peeve & # 39; of women trying to smoke around their age & # 39 ;.

Julianne said: & It's like you're saying her age is so terrible you don't want to call it. You would not say "a man of a certain age".

& # 39; Hiding your age or walking around it, or trying to be sensitive to it, that's what drives me crazy. It is not so terrible to be in your 50s – it is not terrible at all. It just belongs to life. & # 39;

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The conversation also allowed women to easily combine demanding careers with family life, and Julianne used her upcoming role as in the movie After the Wedding as an example:

She said: "Theresa is someone I have seen a lot in real life. I have seen women who have built a great life for themselves – they have a great career and they also have families.

& # 39; Your 50 & # 39; s are not terrible! & # 39; The Still Alice star, active since the early 1980s, also spoke about her & # 39; pet peeve & # 39; of women who tried to smoke around their age & # 39;

& # 39; Your 50 & # 39; s are not terrible! & # 39; The Still Alice star, active since the early 1980s, also spoke about her & # 39; pet peeve & # 39; of women who tried to smoke around their age & # 39;

& # 39; Your 50 & # 39; s are not terrible! & # 39; The Still Alice star, active since the early 1980s, also spoke about her & # 39; pet peeve & # 39; of women who tried to smoke around their age & # 39;

But I don't feel that that representation is there. If you see a successful woman in a movie, she never has a family. Why do we continue with the mythology that it is not possible?

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& # 39; That you can't have children somehow? Or can't you have a marriage that is valuable?

Julianne, who was married to director Bart Freundlich in 2003, told about her experiences in a long-lasting romance in Hollywood.

Thoughts: Conversation also allowed women to easily balance demanding careers with family life

Thoughts: Conversation also allowed women to easily balance demanding careers with family life

Thoughts: Conversation also allowed women to easily balance demanding careers with family life

"I have not found it difficult. I think for everyone in every industry that travels a lot, there is a danger – if you don't spend time together, you're in trouble, & she said.

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Julianne added: & # 39; Because we always had children, we stayed together a lot as a family. But if you leave for a year to make a movie, your relationship won't survive. & # 39;

The actress Jurassic Park and her husband are parents of Caleb (21) and Liv (17).

Read the full interview with Julianne in ES Magazine, on Thursday 31 October.

& # 39; Not difficult & # 39 ;: Julianne, who was married in 2003 to director Bart Freundlich (photo), talked about her experiences in a long-lasting romance in Hollywood.

& # 39; Not difficult & # 39 ;: Julianne, who was married in 2003 to director Bart Freundlich (photo), talked about her experiences in a long-lasting romance in Hollywood.

& # 39; Not difficult & # 39 ;: Julianne, who was married in 2003 to director Bart Freundlich (photo), talked about her experiences in a long-lasting romance in Hollywood.

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