As we continue to news a attack of passionate attack and passionate nuisance news any singular day, and we continue to review a dozens — now hundreds — of stories that keep popping adult (Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, James Toback, Steven Seagal, and on, and on, and on), it’s easy to get dull to it.
All a accusations, and all a terrible function when told in such firmly packaged days one after a subsequent roughly lessens a earnest of it all in a way, as if we can package it all adult in one small dilemma of a universe and tell yourself, “there are some shitty group in Hollywood.”
And while that’s true, and there are some profoundly shitty group in Hollywood, that is distant from reaching a loyal bulk of these stories as they continue to come out.
So maybe this will help.
At an eventuality for her new work The Parisian Woman this weekend, Uma Thurman was asked by reporters about her take on all a passionate nuisance and passionate attack scandals that have popped adult a final few weeks.
And what she gives, instead of a sound bite, is a discerning demeanour into only how profoundly indignant women in this attention are about a ashamed and shitty ways they’ve been treated for decades now.
And hopefully a good sign to us all: even as these allegations and stories might come out by a handful, or dozen, it’s vicious we don’t get dull to any particular one in hunt of a bigger picture.
Women (and men!) are a real-life victims here, and that should make us all as indignant as Uma Thurman in that video.
Food for thought.
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