Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Dylan Farrow Makes Powerful Statement On Woody Allen & Golden Globes

Dylan Farrow Makes Powerful Statement On Woody Allen & Golden Globes

Allen has continued to be supported by the industry, despite allegations of abuse from both Dylan and her brother, Ronan Farrow. Dylan questioned. "I have no doubt it can be". But in order for things to meaningfully change, they need to change unequivocally. The principles of the movement need to be applied consistently and without exemption'. "They are beneath real men".

'I will be watching tonight with a very different feeling than I had at this time four years ago, I will watch with optimism, with hope, and with the firm belief that there is a brighter future ahead.

Last week, Farrow called out Blake Lively for tweeting about Time's Up, which stands in contrast to her continued silence regarding her work with Allen.

Ronan Farrow, the brother of Dylan Farrow and the reporter who broke the explosive story about sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein in October, also stated that he believes his sister and Allen had a series of odd behavior. In November, Ellen Page called her work with Allen on his 2012 film To Rome, With Love one of her "biggest regrets."

"Well, you know, I'm so thrilled to be here tonight as a writer and director and creator, and to be making my own movies and putting that forth", a visibly flustered Gerwig replied. "I actually started jumping on the bed".

Action Gerwig portrayed the character Sally in Allen's To Rome With Love which included performances by Penelope Cruz Ellen Page Alec Baldwin and Jesse Eisenberg
Dylan Farrow Makes Powerful Statement On Woody Allen & Golden Globes

Mia Farrow and Woody Allen are pictured here together in 1985. Imagine a world that celebrates her tormenter'. When the creation of Time's Up was announced, Timberlake tweeted: "No more accepting sexual harassment and inequality at work as normal".

'I'm honoured to be part of this movement, ' Lively said, accompanied by an image that read: 'To women in every industry who are subjected to indignities and offensive behavior that they are expected to tolerate to make a living: We stand with you.

"I struggle to understand how a woman who believes Woody Allen is "empowering to women" can claim the role as an advocate for women suffering from sexual harassment", Farrow said.

"It is also our collective choice to see simple situations as complicated and obvious conclusions as a matter of "who can say"?"

The comments come in the post-Weinstein era, when many people in Hollywood are sharing their stories of sexual misconduct or assault.

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