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‘Very exciting’: Judith Gaudreche welcomes commission of inquiry into sexual abuse in cinema

On Thursday, May 2, actress Judith Godrech was invited to the National Assembly. In his presence, MPs unanimously voted to create a commission of inquiry into issues of “abuse and violence” in cinema, audiovisual, live entertainment, fashion and advertising.

“Dear Judith, in case you haven’t heard, today we MPs are going to do better than listen to you, we are going to act because it’s time to stop rolling out the red carpet for aggressors.”Government officials chanted.

The battle continues

This request was made by the actor in March and the decision was taken by the government recently. After her powerful speech at the 2024 César Awards, Judith Godrech continues her fight against sexual violence.

“It’s very exciting to hear all these speeches given in this place where the law is passed, given by every technician, young actor or actress.

“I had the feeling that at that moment these people were being heard and could tell themselves that it would be easier to talk, that we would be listened to more.”– said the actor from the tribune of the National Assembly.

The actor hopes that this parliamentary commission will have the effect of freeing people from speech, including the place where victims can come. “They testified anonymously because they are afraid”.

According to the artist, you also need a place that “Forcing people to answer questions under oath and on film.” Judith Godresh also emphasized the fact that she knew that the political forum should not replace the court.

Clear the floor

However, the actor hopes for it “This commission, which takes place in a place with strong symbolism, the place of the French government, encourages the presence of an authority that may set precedents and that certain people who thought they could slalom or negotiate with the law. Tell yourself: it’s not that simple.

Judith Godrech is now telling herself “Definitely excluded from French cinema. Someone recently even said to me, ‘You are radioactive’, as if I had registered in a dangerous place. That I was dangerous.”.

“It’s important for me to just give these 6,000 testimonials that can honor them. Additionally, the actor has since been working on a short film Me too.

Source: Allocine

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