Review: 'Gloria' raises stakes on last-chance love

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Posted: Friday, February 14, 2014 12:00 am

In her youth, Gloria hit the discos and danced the Chilean nights away, grooving to the Andrea True Connection and Umberto Tozzi’s song that used her name.

“Gloria,” a song later remade in America by Laura Branigan, is an ear bug. Try to get it out of your head after seeing “Gloria,” the movie about this divorcee who finds herself reliving her past in the over-50 dating scene of modern-day Chile.

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