“Gloria Bell” and “My Life on the Road” star Julianne Moore covers the latest issue of Porter magazine photographed by Camilla Åkrans and styled by Cathy Kasterine.
On gun control: “We aren’t free if we don’t have the liberty to feel safe at school, at church, at the mall, at the movies; that’s unconstitutional, too. It’s about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. When people feel daunted by this kind of responsibility, it’s important to remember that we’re not alone. We’re together in this.”
On the positive effects of the #MeToo movement: “When all the #MeToo stuff started happening an older gentleman said to me, ‘I’m really worried that people aren’t going to hire women anymore because of this, and I went berserk. I said, ‘You know what? We’ll hire each other!'”
On Hollywood’s obsession with aging actresses: “Oh my God. I’ve been talking about aging since I was 30, can we just be alive! We’re all aging – children are aging. That’s what life is and we have to accept that there’s a beginning, a middle, and an end. It’s important to remember there’s a timeframe, so we can be awake for it.”
[Photo Credit: Camilla Åkrans/Porter Magazine]
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