This week at the Cannes Film Festival, actress Chloë Sevigny had some things to say during Variety‘s panel.
She opened up about experiences she’s had with directors who had uncomfortable and suggestive conversations with the star. One director even went as far as to tell her, “You should show your body off more. You shouldn’t wait until you’re as old as this certain actress who had just been naked in a film, you should be naked on screen now.”
But does she consider it sexual harassment? She told Variety, “I would consider it Hollywood. Was it sexual harassment? It’s such a fine line.”
She also talked about the role the women in the recent release “The Huntsman: Winter’s War.”
“It has those three great actresses and then the male lead [Chris Hemsworth], but I was just like they should have had better material for those ladies. Now that movie probably, I don’t think, is performing well, and then will they make another movie with three great powerful women after that?”
She went on to talk about the role of women in the recent Star Wars film, and some controversial acting moments of her own.
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