"Des stratégies se mettent en place pour faire peur aux femmes et les faire taire"

Harvey Weinstein, right, leaves State Supreme Court in New York for a lunch break, Friday, April 26, 2019. A judge decided Friday to hold a pretrial hearing in Weinstein's sexual assault case in secret, saying the former movie mogul's right to a fair trial outweighed news organizations' arguments for keeping the courtroom open. Both the prosecution and defense asked that the hearing be held behind closed doors because it focuses on sensitive matters. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Harvey Weinstein, right, leaves State Supreme Court in New York for a lunch break, Friday, April 26, 2019. A judge decided Friday to hold a pretrial hearing in Weinstein's sexual assault case in secret, saying the former movie mogul's right to a fair trial outweighed news organizations' arguments for keeping the courtroom open. Both the prosecution and defense asked that the hearing be held behind closed doors because it focuses on sensitive matters. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) ©AP
Coup de tonnerre à l’automne 2017 : le producteur hollywoodien Harvey Weinstein est accusé par une centaine de femmes (actrices, chanteuses, mannequins…) de harcèlement, d’agression sexuelle ou de viol. L’onde de choc est inédite : elle dépasse les frontières du Septième art et des États-Unis. À coups de hashtags -...

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