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This image of Rachida Dati and Aurore Bergé, alone causing the standing ovation for Judith Godrèche during the César

2024-02-24T16:13:28.843Z

Highlights: Judith Godrèche received a standing ovation this Friday, February 23, on stage at the 49th César ceremony. The 51-year-old actress came to give a speech on gender-based and sexual violence, echoing her own story revealed last December. Faced with her courage, the two elected officials jumped out of their seats first to applaud and congratulate her. The image of this moment was first captured by VSD magazine, the origin of the moment, which went unnoticed.


The Minister of Culture and that of Equality between Women and Men were present for this new part of the Césars, celebrating French cinema each year. Faced with the discourse on sexist and sexual violence proclaimed by Judith Godrèche, both jumped...


Judith Godrèche received a standing ovation this Friday, February 23, on stage at the 49th César ceremony.

The 51-year-old actress came to give a speech on gender-based and sexual violence, echoing her own story revealed last December.

Thirty years after their relationship, the latter publicly accused her ex-companion Benoît Jacquot of abuse and psychological control, when she was 15 and he was 40. In February, she filed a complaint against him for “rape of minors” , also pointing out the omerta in the cinema industry.

Under the gold of the Olympia, she then delivered a strong speech: “For some time now, words have been loosening, the image of our idealized fathers is being eroded, power almost seems to be swaying.

Can we be the actors, the actresses of a universe that questions itself?”, she asked.

Words that transcended the César audience.

And above all two women: the Ministers of Culture and Equality between Women and Men, Rachida Dati and Aurore Bergé.

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“For some time now, I have been talking but I can't hear you, or barely.

Where are you ?

What do you say ?

A whisper.

Half a word.

That would already be it,” Dany Boon’s ex-wife continued.

Faced with her courage, the two elected officials jumped out of their seats first to applaud and congratulate her.

The image of this moment was first captured by VSD magazine, the origin of this moment, which went unnoticed.

As evidenced by the images, the latter are thus at the initiative of the standing ovation for Judith Godrèche.

The two ministers were the first to stand up to congratulate the courage of Judith Godrèche.

A collective blindness

On Friday February 23, a few hours before the opening of the ceremony, broadcast on Canal +, Rachida Dati spoke about violence against women.

The one who succeeded Rima Abdul Malak last January, criticized, in the magazine Le Film Français, a “collective blindness, a blindness that lasted for years” in French cinema.

“This is not a reality that I am discovering today (

with the Judith Godrèche affair, Editor’s note

).

It's not for nothing that I became a magistrate.

I believe in justice.

These crimes, when they are not prescribed, which is unfortunately often the case, must be punished,” added the new member of the government.

Source: lefigaro

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