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Nearly a decade after they charmed the world in Juno, Ellen Page and Allison Janney have re-teamed for a new — and very different — examination of motherhood. With Tallulah, which made its world premiere on Saturday at the Sundance Film Festival, Page has graduated from playing a quirky and earnest teen who is giving her baby up for adoption, to a troubled drifter who kidnaps a toddler. It’s a lot easier, initially, to sympathize with Juno, but that is part of the point: Tallulah, both with its script and Page’s performance, creates a moving portrait of a complex and misguided character who demands, at the very least, our sympathy.
The Cinderella story isn’t just a fairytale—with just one glass slipper (or really amazing pair of stilettos), a girl can go from invisible step-sister to belle of the ball. I love wearing a Saint Laurent suit to an event.” The 28-year-old, who will play Julianne Moore’s partner in Freeheld out later this year, isn’t the only one to embrace the kind of gender-less fashion spearheaded by Hedi Slimane. Ellen DeGeneres, who always wears pants on the red carpet, is a fan and worked with the designer on her Oscars wardrobe in 2014. Kourtney Kardashian, Angelina Jolie, Emma Watson, Salma Hayek, Selena Gomez, and more have all ditched dresses in favor of suiting by Saint Laurent. The fact that high-fashion designers such as Slimane, J.W. Anderson, Haider Ackerman, and Baja East, to name a few, are creating clothes without a man or woman in mind has also trickled down to include major stores like Selfridges, which is producing gender-neutral items for its department stores, and high-street shops like Zara and H&M. This shift in production obviously speaks to the fact that Page isn’t the only person who informs her identity through fashion.