Kate Winslet has ‘regrets’ working with directors Woody Allen and Roman Polanski


What the f *** was I doing? ‘: Kate Winslet admits rets regret working with directors Woody Allen and Roman Polanski’ even after their sexual harassment allegations.

Kate Winslet has admitted ‘remorse’ for working with embarrassing directors Woody Allen and Roman Polanski, and she doesn’t know ‘f *** [she] was doing’.

The actress, 44, spoke openly with Vanity Fair on Thursday about her prolific career and how she feels about working with the American director, 84, and the Polish filmmaker, 87, despite allegations of sexual harassment with her .

Speaking openly about the desire to set a ‘fran civilized example’ for women, she pledged: k was I working with *** Woody Allen and Roman Polanski?

What the f *** was I doing? ‘: Kate Winslet admitted Thursday that she regrets f’ working with directors Woody Allen and Roman Polanski (portrayed in Allen’s Wonder Wheel).

‘To me now it is incredible how those people were held in such high esteem, widely in the film industry and for as long as they were. This f *** ing is outrageous. And I have to take responsibility that I worked with both of them.

‘I can’t return the clock. I am struggling with those regrets, but what do we have if we are not able to just f ****?

Kate worked with Allen on her 2017 film Wonder Wheel, while she starred in Polanski’s Carnage in 2011 with Christoph Waltz, Jodie Foster and John C. Appeared with Reilly.

Honest: Desiring to set a 'decent example', he vowed: 'This f *** is outrageous.  And I have to take responsibility for the fact that I worked with them both '(pictured in Polansky's Carnage)

Honest: Desiring to set a ‘decent example’, he vowed: ‘This f *** is outrageous. And I have to take responsibility for the fact that I worked with them both ‘(pictured in Polansky’s Carnage)

Polanski fled to the US in 1978 after being accused of statutory rape of a 13-year-old girl and never returned.

Several other women have accused him of sexual misconduct in recent years, which all have denied.

Despite the accusations, Polanski won the Oscar for directing the World War Two drama The Pianist in 2003 as well as the Best Director award at the Caesar Awards in France this February, prompting many women to protest.

Scandal: Polanski fled to the US in 1978 after being accused of statutory rape by a 13-year-old girl and never returned, he has also been accused of sexual misconduct by several women.

Scandal: Polanski fled to the US in 1978 after being accused of statutory rape by a 13-year-old girl and never returned, he has also been accused of sexual misconduct by several women.

Meanwhile in 1992, it was revealed that at the age of 57 Allen was having an affair with his partner Mia Farrow’s adopted daughter Soon-Yi Previn at the age of 21.

After the scandal broke, Farrow and Alan had a scathing and public breakdown, during which she accused her adopted daughter Dylan of seven years of sexual abuse.

Allen was investigated but never charged and has since maintained his innocence.

The accusations were again brought to the public attention with the #MeToo movement as Allen’s son, journalist Ronan Farrow, supported claims of mistreatment of his sister Dylan and mother Mia.

Sexual Assault Claims: Meanwhile in 1992, Alan's former partner Mia Farrow accused her adopted daughter, Dylan, of sexually abusing seven people

Sexual Assault Claims: Meanwhile in 1992, Allen’s former partner Mia Farrow accused her adopted daughter, Dylan, of sexually abusing seven people

Kate is set to star in Francis Lee’s Ammonite as paleontologist Mary Anning, and she questioned the need for award shows and press junk because she felt it was a waste of money and bad for the environment.

Believing that she was willing to cut her flight even after the air travel ban was lifted in the midst of a coronovirus crisis, Kate also resolved to recycle her red carpet appearances.

He also claimed that the ‘stress’ of the award season on those involved, such as actors and fashion designers, was not worth it, as he claimed that the money used for dazzling events could be used to build classrooms .

Struggle: Kate, who is set to star in Ammoni alongside Saomerse Ronan (pictured), said, 'I can't turn back the clock.  I'm struggling with those regrets'

Struggle: Kate, who is set to star in Ammoni alongside Saomerse Ronan (pictured), said, ‘I can’t turn back the clock. I’m struggling with those regrets’

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