Benedict Cumberbatch is very clear: men must question themselves and radically change their behavior towards women.
And that goes for “all men”.
“We have to change the behavior of men and, in order to do that, we have to kind of lift the lid.
It seems to me that this is the right thing to do.
And this is all the more important in a world that asks questions and finally points out the shortcomings, ”he told Sky News (relayed by
), while he was promoting his new movie,
Power of The Dog
The actor notes that, if the "survivors" can "speak today", the "recognition of the abuses is not enough".
You have to "examine the reason behind the oppressive behavior" if men are to make the changes necessary to live in a fair environment.
Listen to repair
The interpreter of Doctor Strange attacks in particular the "denial" of some who hide behind the hashtag "Not all men", thinking thus to clear the bad behavior of some.
“Today there is this kind of rebellion, this denial, this childish defensive position of 'all men are not bad' etc, but no.
We just have to shut up and listen, ”he added.
In Jane Campion's film, Benedict Cumberbatch plays Phil Burbank, a cowboy in the 1920s who reigns over his Montana ranch by sowing terror.
He gives the reply to Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons.
Benedict Cumberbatch poisoned himself with nicotine on his last shoot
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