11 February 2013 5:05 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Berlin -- Roadside Attractions has won a spirited bidding war for U.S. rights to Chilean director Sebastian Lelio's acclaimed Gloria. The film, starring Paulina Garcia as an older divorcee seeking adventure and love, has quickly transformed into the critical hit of the festival since premiering Sunday night, drawing rave reviews. (Read THR's review here.) Photos: 10 Titles to Track in Berlin Set in modern-day Santiago, Gloria revolves around a spirited 58-year-old who refuses to retreat from life, frequenting nightclubs and meeting a charming former Naval officer in his 60s who sweeps her off her feet. But

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