Uma Thurman Was Asked About Harvey Weinstein, and Her Response Was Disturbing

When asked about the allegations surrounding Harvey Weinstein, actress Uma Thurman said that she is “waiting to feel less angry” before she speaks on the matter.

A clip of Thurman being interviewed on the red carpet went viral on November 4th, after being shared on Twitter by HuffPost reporter Yashar Ali. In the October 18th video, Thurman is asked about the recent spate of sexual misconduct allegations while walking the red carpet for her new play, The Parisian Woman.

“Gwyneth has spoken out, Angelina has spoken out,” the unseen reporter says, before asking Thurman for her perspective on women “speaking out about inappropriate behavior in the workplace.” Thurman, who had worked on seven movies with Weinstein, including Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction, had not previously spoken out about the allegations against him.

In her answer, the actress says that the women speaking out against alleged Hollywood predators are “commendable,” but says that she doesn’t have “a tidy sound bite” for the camera. She continues, “I am not a child, and I have learned that when I’ve spoken in anger I usually regret the way I express myself. So I’ve been waiting to feel less angry. And when I’m ready, I’ll say what I have to say.” Her delivery is calm but betrays internal frustration.

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