That is where the misunderstanding lies."“Somebody thought, and thinks, that Maria had not been informed about the violence on her. Maria knew everything because she had read the script, where it was all described. And that, as I learned many years later, offended Maria.
“I would like, for the last time, to clear up a ridiculous misunderstanding that continues to generate press reports about ‘Last Tango in Paris’ around the world.
Jean had recognized the dead look in the new girl's eyes.
All of a sudden, phantoms from her own past — ones she had "pushed down so deep and ignored so much" — were impossible to keep at bay.
However, what we do know is that Schneider "felt raped," she did not give her consent to have butter shoved up her asshole, she was treated as an object — as she told the Daily Mail in 2007 — and nobody listened to her.
And, as far as I'm concerned (and funnily enough, as far as the World Heath Organization is concerned, too) any move that is directed "against a person’s sexuality using coercion," is assault — and not a "ridiculous misunderstanding."Anything to add?