The star of & # 39; Midnight in Paris & # 39; he says he feels "ignorant of what he did or did not do", but "if he asked me to do more today, I could dig more".
The day after Dylan Farrow's first television interview aired reporting his alleged abuse at the hands of his father Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris star Marion Cotillard said that her experience working with Allen It was "strange" and she would question working with him again.
"I am very ignorant of what he did or did not do, I only see people who suffer and it is terrible," he said. "I have to say today, yes, if you ask me again … I do not think it will ever happen because the experience we had together was very strange, I admire part of their work, but we did not have connection on the set."
Speaking at the UniFrance event to promote French cinema, the star told him The Hollywood Reporter that "he did not know much about his personal life, in fact, he knew he had married one of his daughters. which I thought, honestly, it was strange, but I can not judge something that I do not know. "
" But I have to say that if you asked me today, I would question it more, I could dig more, "he added. "I do not know, I do not know what, yes, I'm very ignorant about this story and I only see that it hurts to see people suffering."
Several other actors who have worked with the famous director have expressed regrets or swore never to work with him again in the last days, including Colin Firth, Timothee Chalamet, Rebecca Hall, Griffin Newman and Greta Gerwig. The star of Mighty Aphrodite Mira Sorvino, who won an Oscar for his performance, was among the first, apologizing to Farrow in an open letter.
Hall and Chalamet have said they will donate their next wages to Rainy Day in New York to charity.