Julianne recalls embarrassing start of relationship

Los Angeles, June 17 (IANS) British-American actress Julianne Moore is embarrassed on how her relationship with director Bart Freundlich started.

Jun 17 2013, 5:49am CDT | by

Julianne recalls embarrassing start of relationship
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Los Angeles, June 17 — British-American actress Julianne Moore is embarrassed on how her relationship with director Bart Freundlich started.

The 52-year-old actress met the 43-year-old director in 1996 when they worked on "The Myth of Fingerprints" together, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

When asked how they got together, she said: "On a film shoot. It was a bit embarrassing, he didn't want to start a relationship. It was his very first film, but I really liked him. And it continued from there."

"Bart lived in New York, I lived in Los Angeles. We both went back and forth as much as possible. Soon after, we had a baby...We always wanted to see each other. After my past relationships ending and it being like, 'Well, that's over', this one is still going strong 17 years later," she added.

Moore and Freundlich got married in 2003. The actress, who has two children - Caleb, 15, and daughter Liv, 11 with Freundlich, admits the hardest thing about their relationship is finding time to be together.

"The difficulty for a couple, every couple, is both having time-consuming jobs. A couple has to be worked on. Taking the kids to school, having dinner together, going on holiday... if you spend too much time apart, it becomes dangerous," she said.

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