Three years after she left the Salle des Césars to oppose the coronation of Roman Polanski, overtaken by old accusations of rape, the actress of “Portrait of the girl on fire” or some “fighters” wanna “to denounce the general complacency of the profession vis-à-vis sexual aggressors and […] how this milieu collaborates with the deadly racist ecocidal order of the world“. “In a context of historic social movement, we are waiting to see if the pundits of the cinema count – like the sponsors of the luxury industry – on the police so that everything goes as usual on the red carpets of the Cannes Film Festival.“, she continues, with a week of its opening. “Filling the media space with wind has a purpose, that of making the bourgeois order as natural as the blue of the sky and of making inaudible, marginal, the voices of those who organize the resistance. […]. Continuing to make this system desirable is criminal“, she adds.”But they and they all together during this time join hands to save the face of the Depardieus, the Polanskis, the Boutonnats“, adds Adèle Haenel, citing the famous actor, the director and the boss of the National Cinema Center (CNC), all accused of sexual violence which they contest.