Julianne Moore on Gender Parity: 'I Believe in Quotas' - NBC10 Boston

Julianne Moore on Gender Parity: 'I Believe in Quotas'

Moore says efforts should be made to level the playing field for women and minorities, and that "you have to open doors."

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    Julianne Moore says that for the movie industry to reach gender parity, it's necessary to implement quotas.

    Speaking at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday, Moore said measures are needed to change the culture and that she believes in quotas. Moore says efforts should be made to level the playing field for women and minorities, and that "you have to open doors."

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