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Early in the film "Still Alice," the Columbia University professor played by Julianne Moore is the picture of health, taking a jog through campus, until she realizes she is completely lost.The performance has won rave reviews and could bring Moore, 54, her first Academy Award."Still Alice" is a small-budget film, picked up for distribution by Sony Pictures Classics only in September, thanks to Moore's award-winning potential. After reading the novel "Still Alice" by Lisa Genova, the directors went straight to their old friend Moore.Stewart, also a friend of Moore's from her days as a child actor, said Alice required "somebody who was really going to go there, and look it in the face.
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