“You know when I’m going to say something and it just feels so good to me?
I’m so happy to do it.”
In Gone Girl, a film that tells the story of the titular character’s life after her rape and subsequent sexual assault, Julianne Moore plays a young woman who moves in with a man and moves to New York City to escape her abusive past.
The film is a poignant look at the aftermath of trauma, and it is a film so moving and beautiful that it has become a bestseller, and is now the subject of a sequel.
But now, two years after the first film, Gone Girl 2 has been released on Blu-ray and DVD.
Moore has said that the sequel is more about “moving forward than it is about fixing the first movie,” and she and director Julie Taymor have gone so far as to make an extended trailer, a commentary track, and a new video game for the sequel.
Moore also said she wants the movie to be a “whole new beginning.”
But for Moore, Gone Girls 2 isn’t a sequel to the original film, it’s a whole new beginning, and she hopes it will be a catalyst for change.
“It’s been a really emotional journey for me,” Moore told BuzzFeed News in an interview.
“It’s a movie about a woman that I think has gone through a lot.
And I want to be the catalyst to change things for her.”
For Moore, her first film was a powerful piece of work that was also a deeply personal story about trauma, loss, and redemption.
But she said that Gone Girl was an important step forward in terms of moving beyond the initial story and the initial trauma.
Moore said she feels that Gone Girls has a lot to teach us about how to navigate trauma and how to heal.
She said that her journey with the film has been a “huge validation” of the work she did on Gone Girl.
Moore said she learned a lot about herself from the film, but also from her journey in terms the film teaches us about trauma.
“The idea that we’re going to just sort of move on and not be conscious of the way things affect us, and not have any real accountability for the things we’re experiencing is really important for me because I think that is one of the big lessons that we can learn,” Moore said.
“Because there’s no such thing as an escape.
We’re all in this together.”
She added that the first Gone Girl also taught her about how important it is to be “open to learning and to grow.”
“I’ve learned so much from the first one, and that was so powerful,” Moore continued.
Moore said that she hopes that by telling a new story, and with new characters, and new situations, and the sequel will allow her to take on more of a bigger role in her own life. “
And I think it’s so important to be willing to look beyond the trauma that’s happening to you and to just see things in a new light.”
Moore said that she hopes that by telling a new story, and with new characters, and new situations, and the sequel will allow her to take on more of a bigger role in her own life.
Moore and her producer have said that they are “looking forward to working with more people” to help make the sequel a bigger, more complex film.
“For us, this is a big step forward and we’re really excited about that,” Moore added.
“So much of this movie is about her relationship with her rapist.
It’s about her being able to tell her story.
It was just so important that we take that away and really put a whole other layer on top of that.”