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Léa Seydoux On #MeToo Movement In France: “It’s A Wonderful Thing That Women Are Speaking Out”

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In Quentin Dupieux’s new satirical comedy The Second Act, which kicked off the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday night, the pic takes poke at myriad culture wars, including France’s latest #MeToo movement.

Asked front and center about her take on the latest wave, the pic’s star Léa Seydoux said “It’s a wonderful thing that women are speaking out.

It’s about high time they did.” “This change has been taking place. The film also plays with this idea. It also talks about very current events, and this movement where women are now speaking out and that was a fundamental importance of that change to take place,” said the 007actress. “I see there’s been a change, we’ve moved on,” said Seydoux, who came up as a young actress in the biz.

Later expounding, the actress emphasized the changes she’s seen in the industry due to #MeToo: “I think there’s a great respect when shooting a film. … I sense the change in very intimate scenes that are being shot.

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