Thursday, 29th February 2024

‘Consent’: Film adaptation of French memoir recounting adolescent abuse by older man

By France24
14 October 2023   |   4:08 pm
In this roundup of the week's arts and culture news, we look at Irish rock group U2's musical tribute to the victims of the Hamas assault at the Supernova desert dance festival. In light of the unprecedented violence in Israel and Gaza, the Arab World Institute in Paris decides to postpone events related to a current exhibition about Palestine. We also look at the film adaptation of Vanessa Springora's memoir "Consent" – a chilling account of her abusive relationship as an adolescent with a much older, influential writer.


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