Sebastián Lilio has become one of the hottest foreign-born directors in the last few years. He was already a hit filmmaker in his native Chile. In 2017, his trans celebration A Fantastic Woman won an Oscar and his romantic lesbian drama Disobedience — set among London's Orthodox Jewish community — received rave reviews.
His latest is a remake of his own film Gloria. This version stars Julianne Moore, radiant as ever, as the titular woman, a 50-something single woman trying to find love in L.A.'s awesomely lit dance clubs. Her life gets more complicated when she begins a relationship with a surfer (John Turturro) as she has to figure out if he's what she really wants or if she's still looking for something more. The film received excellent reviews, particularly for Moore's performance, but came and went quickly, only earning around $5 million.
But now fans and new viewers can check out the film for themselves. Lionsgate will release the A24 film on Blu-ray and DVD June 4. The discs include commentary from the director and a making of featurette called "An Extraordinary Woman." If you need it sooner, Gloria Bell will be available for digital rental and purchase on May 2.