The actress Charlize Theron He noted that he is working in a very hard way so that his daughters feel represented on the screen.
The pretty artist, and one of the most recognized who has two small African-American daughters indicates that she hopes that both feel represented in Hollywood after the work she does to make that possible.
The winner of the Oscar He noted that it can be difficult for black children to "imagine the possibilities" when so few movies and television series focus on characters who look like them.
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The blonde protagonist who enjoys a recognized trajectory on the screen, he points out that he feels part of that feeling partly due to its origin.
I grew up during the apartheid era in South Africa, so I already come with a lot of that baggage, ”Theron said.
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I was part of a system in which I, as a white person, benefited in South Africa. I carried a tremendous amount of guilt, and I carry it all my life. I'm in therapy because of that. "
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He noted after an interview to promote his action thriller "The old guard”, Which opens on July 10 in Netflix.
It would be impossible for me not to try to rectify that in some way through my work as a producer and as an actress, and the responsibility I take for what I get not only for my two young daughters, but for the girls out there in general ", added.
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Regarding the new production, the director Gina Prince-Bythewood directed "The Old Guard" which is based on a graphic novel and stars alongside Theron with an international cast that includes the protagonist of "Aladdin"Marwan Kenzari.
KiKi Layne She plays an American Marine who joins Theron's group of immortal warriors.
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The actress Theron shared that he has followed recent protests by the racial injustice In the United States, through the lens of her native country's history, she hopes the current movement will lead to lasting change, particularly in promoting diversity in Hollywood.
We go five steps forward, pat ourselves on the back and stop, ”he said. "That has been the danger. It is a dangerous place we live in, my industry. ”