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At the end of his speech in Cannes, Justin Triet was applauded by the left

“thanks” The left welcomed a speech by director Justin Trier, who denounced pension reform after accepting the Palme d’Or at Cannes on Saturday 28 May. There was a protest movement against the reform “Rejected and Shockingly Repressed”Condemned by Justin Triet, pointed out by A “Pattern of Dominant Power”. He also felt that the government was trying “Break the cultural exception [française] ».

“Thanks to Justin Triet for his bravery in addition to his talent. Kahn returns to its tradition. It was leftism that created this festival”Jean-Luc Melenchon, leader of La France insoumise (LFI), responded. on Twitter. “The six months that all France is arguing about.” For six months we obey the will of one. Thank you, ma’am, for the stiff neck.”Also supporting the Socialist Party (PS) number, Olivier Faure, while Marine Tondelier, boss of the European Ecologist-Les Verts (EELV), was ironic on the subject. “Macron’s One Hundred Days of Reassuring News, Live from the Cannes Film Festival”.

“Commodifying bodies, commodifying culture, congratulations to Justin Triet for the Palme d’Or and his speech that seems so fair”– added the National Secretary of the French Communist Party (PCF) Fabien Roussel.

Call for “Censorship by Blackmailing Subsidies”

Culture Minister Rima Abdul Malak immediately responded to Justin Triet’s comments, saying “Surprised at his unfair speech”. “This film could not have seen the light of day without our French cinema financing model, which allows for a diversity that is unique in the world. let’s not forget”– he wrote on the social network.

When Justin Triet said it, he got it “belly” The minister insisted on recalling it “The idea of ​​non-profitability of films” must be “saved”And that he had skin “There was always a place where people expressed themselves politically about the situation in the country.”

This reaction caused people to jump to the left. Olivier Faure argued “I was surprised to see the Minister of Culture who thinks that when you finance a film, you buy the conscience of its authors”. “Think no more, take your subsidies and silence in the ranks”Started PCF ironically.

Figures from the presidential camp have waded into the debate, leading to several skirmishes on Twitter. “An Anatomy of the Ingratitude of a Profession We Help Too Much…and an Art We Love Too Much”touched upon Roland Lescours, Delegate of the Minister of Industry, referring to the award-winning film, Anatomy of a Fall.

“Maybe it’s time to stop handing out so much aid to people who don’t know what it’s costing taxpayers”, in turn threatened Guillaume Kasbarian (Renaissance), the chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee of the Assembly. Environmentalist Benjamin Lucas saw a call there “Towards censorship by blackmailing subsidies” : “This is Le Pen in text”According to him.

Author: The world with AFP

Source: Le Monde



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