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“I mean I don’t qualify myself as a feminist. Filmmaking is not about gender. You cannot ask a president in a festival like Cannes to have, like, five movies directed by women and five by men. For me it doesn’t create equality, it creates separation.
We need to fight for women’s rights, but I don’t want to separate women from men. We’re separated already because we’re not made the same, and it’s the difference that creates this energy in creation and love. Sometimes in the word ‘feminism’ there’s too much separation."
Porter Magazine

Sure Marion, sure. Just like a few other celebrities who have recently contracted the foot in mouth disease (ahem, Matt Damon with his mansplaining and Meryl Streep with the Time Out t-shirt), Marion finds herself on a dangerous path.

The very talented, Oscar winner, Marion Cotillard is basically the older, white woman, version of Jaden Smith. She confidently and openly shares her knowledge and wisdom on many topics, such as the 9/11 attacks:

“I think we’re lied to about a number of things. We see other towers of the same kind being hit by planes. Are they burned? There was a tower, I believe it was in Spain, which burnt for 24 hours. It never collapsed. None of these towers collapsed. And there [in New York], in a few minutes, the whole thing collapsed."
French late-night TV interview, 2007

and the Space Program:

“Did a man really walk on the moon? I saw plenty of documentaries on it, and I really wondered. And in any case I don’t believe all they tell me, that’s for sure.”
French late-night TV interview, 2007

Ouch! Suck it Nasa.

Aside from the fact that some comments are openly and blatantly offensive, it's hard not to wonder, what else is brewing in that silly little head of yours Marion? While, she's significantly older and hopefully just can't speak proper sentences, her way of thought resembles another modern thinker who shares her values:

See man, science.

It's been a while since modern age philosopher Jaden Smith dropped some cold hard truth on Twitter, and even longer since Willow changed our lives forever with some wisdom:

"I mean, time for me, I can make it go slow or fast, however I please, and that’s how I know it doesn’t exist"
T Magazine, 2014

[Or basically the entire T Magazine 2014 interview]

And since it's been forever since someone new came along with crazy/inspiring thoughts, Marion seems like just the person to fill that void.

"When you see yourself on video, you and your friends spending time on vacation, and they take a video, and then you see it, it’s really disturbing."
Ask Men

Yes Marion, whatever that means.

"You know what? I would love to go into an animal’s dream—like a lion’s or a cat’s. I’m sure that’s pretty awesome."
Interview Magazine

I mean who wouldn't?

Though Marion seems like a lowkey nutcase, or at least a strange individual, her crazy is somewhat endearing. She's deep, ok ? (or just crazy) Keep 'em coming Marion.


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