Deneuve and 99 other women signed a column Le Monde that argued the #Metoo movement amounted to puritanism.
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Catherine Deneuve and other critics of the #Metoo movement against sexual harassment sound like "the tiresome uncle at the family dinner" who does not understand that the world is changing, leading French feminists said Wednesday.Deneuve and 99 other women Tuesday signed a column in the newspaper Le Monde that argued that the #Metoo movement amounted to puritanism and was fueled by a hatred of men.Deneuve received international acclaim for her acting, which included starring roles in films by renowned directors Francois Truffaut, Roman Polanski and Luis Bunuel.Deneuve also occasionally worked as a model, including as the face of Chanel No 5 and representing Marianne, the national symbol of France for some years during the 1980s.
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