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Entertainment Natalie Portman: the very political message of her outfit at the Oscars

11:25  10 february  2020
11:25  10 february  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Natalie Portman : le message très politique de sa tenue aux Oscars © Abaca Natalie Portman: the very political message of her outfit at the Oscars This Sunday, February 9th was the 92nd Academy Awards. It had not failed to be talked about for its lack of parity and diversity. It was through her outfit that Natalie Portman expressed her anger.

A committed actress . This Sunday, February 9, a host of stars had an appointment in Los Angeles to celebrate the 92nd Academy Awards . However, as of the announcement of the nominees, this edition had been talked about . In question ? His lacks diversity and gender parity . An inequality deplored by Natalie Portman, who did not hide her dissatisfaction. It is with subtlety - and through her outfit - that the actress denounced the absence of directors on the list of nominees.

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But Natalie Portman had a different idea. The actor stood by women directors who were snubbed by the Academy. She accompanied her stunning dress with a cape that features the names such as Lorene Scafaria, Lulu Wang, and Greta Gerwig and other directors who made movies last year but did

Natalie Portman has concurred that her Oscars outfit – a cape which was embroidered with the names of female directors snubbed this year – did not make her 'brave'. Natalie Portman agrees with Rose McGowan calling out her political Oscars outfit .

An outfit that is no coincidence

The red carpet is the occasion for a parade of outfits each more charming than the next. If that of Natalie Portman was part of the lot, it was also very political . The most attentive indeed noticed that the wife of Benjamin Millepied wore a black Dior cape. A cloak which is nothing ordinary, since she had embroidered in gold letters on it with the names of women filmmakers unjustly dismissed according to her by the Academy. Among them are Lorene Scafaria (Queens), Lulu Wang (Farewell), Greta Gerwig (Daughters of Doctor March) and Marielle Heller (An extraordinary friend).

"I wanted to subtly highlight the women who have not been recognized for their incredible work this year," justified Natalie Portman. This mother of two takes her fight for gender equality very seriously. She is also one of the instigators of the Time’s Up movement. And already during the 2018 Golden Globes, she denounced the lack of representation of women. Come to give the prize for the best achievement, she had launched a: " And the nominees, who are exclusively men, are ... ". A sequence that had been hailed both in the room and on social networks.

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She wrote: "Some thoughts on Natalie Portman and her Oscar 'protest'. The kind of protest that gets rave reviews from the mainstream media for its bravery. "I find Portman 's type of activism deeply offensive to those of us who actually do the work. I'm not writing this out of bitterness, I am writing out

Natalie Portman has made quite a statement on the Oscars red carpet, donning a Dior cape embroidered with the names of snubbed female directors. Only five women have ever been nominated for best director at the Academy Awards – with than number remaining the same this year.

  Natalie Portman : le message très politique de sa tenue aux Oscars © Supplied by Ici Hahn Lionel / ABACA

Natalie Portman embroidered her Dior cape with all of the female directors who weren't nominated for #Oscars . Check out her explanation here. pic.twitter.com/kyyo2wVMZf

- Amy Kaufman (@AmyKinLA) February 10, 2020

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