Julianne Moore and Oprah

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Oprah: I read an interview where you said you think it's a shame that plastic surgery is now an epidemic. It is crazy, isn't it?

Julianne: Yeah, it is crazy. On the one hand you say, "Hey, whatever. If you want to feel better about yourself, then fine." But you don't want to become the standard. It's a false standard, it's not real. It's a different aesthetic. It's not a real aesthetic. You want a person to look like a person.

Oprah: You end up talking to these people where you come away and you're wondering, "Is something wrong with them or is there something wrong with me?" And then you realize they've been Botoxed ....

Julianne: I had an experience with a friend where she walked into my house and I said, "Oh, my God. What did you do to yourself?" And she goes, "Everybody tells me I look fantastic." And I said, "You know what? They're lying to you, because you don't. You're crazy." And you know what? She never did it again.