Adèle Haenel: France ‘missed the boat’ on #MeToo

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The first high-profile actress to speak out over abuse in the country’s movie business says France must do more to help sexual assault victims.

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When Adèle Haenel said late last year that she had been abused as a child by a movie director, she became the first prominent actress in France to speak publicly about abuse in the country’s film industry. By then, the #MeToo movement was already two years old, reports The New York Times.