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The Berlinale reflects the #metoo era

By France24
29 February 2020   |   7:58 am
Film journalist Emma Jones speaks to Eve Jackson from the Berlin Film Festival about the prominent women in the spotlight there, former First Lady and Secretary Hillary Clinton, Helen Mirren and Cate Blanchett and reactions to the Harvey Weinstein verdict.

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