‘Shame’ and ‘Disgust’: Polanski’s César award reignites #MeToo in France

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'Shame' and 'Disgust': Polanski’s César award reignites #MeToo in France

The nausea and headache that French film lovers might have felt Saturday was not the hangover following a great party, but rather the after-effect of the controversy surrounding the 45th César award ceremony, France’s version of the Oscars, where Roman Polanski’s film, “The Officer and the Spy”, (or “J’accuse” in French) won three awards, including best director.

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