Macy as a call girl searching for a pulse in lighted but lifeless Las Vegas.
And this year, she offers her best work to date, opposite Viggo Mortensen, portraying equal parts of fear, loathing and intrigue as the wife of a man caught between a clouded past and a hopeful future.
She’s headstrong, contemplative and overwhelmingly sensitive to the natural process of learning, be it through life, through career, through love or through family.'I read about the handful of men and the one woman I had been in romantic relationships with, passages rife with pain and angst.It seemed when I was physically attracted to someone, I would put them in the box of being my 'soul mate' and then be crushed when things didn't turn out as I had hoped," she wrote.Viggo's elbow was out to here because he kept slamming it against the stair.So on a physical level it was quite painful, but I think we all so emotionally went for that scene."I had become involved with a woman who was my best friend, and, as it happens, a person who is like a godmother to my son." PHOTOS: LGBT allies One year earlier, Bello -- known for her work in -- decided to give a relationship with her best friend a try.The realization happened when she was reading through her old journals in her California garden.Writing on Bello's activism can be found on her own personal blog as well as on about her romantic relationship.In the piece, entitled "Coming Out as a Modern Family," Bello described the conversation she had with her 12-year-old son about who she had been dating, after he inquired about it.She's got the acting chops to back-up her considerable beauty though.She's made a career of playing intricate characters and delivers the most emotionally complex performance of the film.