Jane Fonda speaks #MeToo in Cannes

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Jane Fonda has been combined with success, Oscar-winning Hollywood celebrity and tea political activism with a video of the competency of the empire.

So it is no surprise to learn that she came to this year’s Cannes Film Festival wearing more than one hat.

His first work was the promotion of Jane Fonda in Five Acts, an HBO documentary about the life in which he played in the festival of Cannes Classics section.

Your second is your role as a brand ambassador for L’oreal. This is what the 80-year-old star of 9 to 5, Netflix sitcom Grace and Frankie and upcoming launch of the Book Club had to say when we met earlier this week.

Why choose to make a documentary now?

Because [director] Susan Lacy asked me! It is a great documentary of the filmmaker, whom I knew and respected. For a number of years, many people have been asked to make a documentary about me, but I wanted to work with her and HBO.
She does not always know how to present your life?

Not at the beginning, no. I told the principle that my life is not only about being a movie actor and a celebrity – activism is equally important to me. One of the things that is unusual is that she did not interview many other people. She interviewed some of my children and my best friend, but I have to do most of the talking.

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