Glenn Close: “Sensuality does not Diminish as We Age”

At the age of 71, the actress claims: “I feel free, sensual and full of desire, as always”. And this season of awards is becoming, ceremony after ceremony, queen.

 

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A fabulous seventy year old. Glenn Close, 71, started 2019 in the best way. The American star first won a Golden Globe for “Best Actress” in a drama, and now has an encore at the SAG Awards. And for the starring role in The Wife – Living in the Shade, in which she plays the wife of a Nobel prize totally devoted to the cause, she also received his seventh Oscar nomination. And at the moment it is the favorite for the ceremony next February 24th.

Spontaneous smile, very short hair, Glenn – left behind the third divorce (with David Show) – is in great shape.

On Screen Actor’s stage he also reunited Michael Douglas, 32 years after Fatal Attraction. And it was really nice to see them together again. The Wife opens with a sex scene between her and Jonathan Pryce, her age. And the actress said she was very happy with the choice, which is opposed to the still widespread taboo of sex in old age. “One of the biggest false myths is that as we grow older we lose our sensuality,” he explained in an interview with the Guardian. «I», he added, «I feel free and creative, sensual and full of desire, as always».

 

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“And it’s ironic,” she continued, “because I keep thinking” how much time do I have left? “There are still so many things I want to do. Sometimes we start to feel at ease in our skin only later, but we hope not so late that we can not benefit from it ».

Glenn, three marriages, a daughter (Annie Starke) and a multitude of roles, has had a full life. And a little less than a month ago, in winning the Golden Globe, he reiterated the importance of not canceling out for others: “Women, we are mothers, we have our children, husbands … but we must find our personal fulfillment”, he declared from the stage, in an immediately applauded speech, “I think of my mother, who has totally dedicated herself to my father for the rest of her life. At 80, he told me “I feel I have not done anything” […] I learned from all this experience that we women are seen as breeders. This is what they expect from us. But we must follow our dreams. We must say “I can do it”, and we should be allowed to do it. ”

 

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