Oscar-profitable actors Marion Cotillard and Juliette Binoche, as perfectly as other French stars of screen and audio, filmed themselves chopping off locks of their hair in a movie posted Wednesday in support of protesters in Iran.
“For independence,” Binoche reported as she hacked a large handful of hair off the top of her head with a pair of scissors, before brandishing it in front of the digital camera.
The movie, hashtagged HairForFreedom, arrives with Iran engulfed by anti-authorities protests. They were being sparked by the dying of 22-yr-aged Mahsa Amini just after her arrest for allegedly violating the Islamic Republic’s demanding costume code.
The movie of Cotillard, Binoche and dozens of other females slicing off locks of their hair was released on an Instagram account, “soutienfemmesiran” — which translates as “guidance women in Iran.”
“These women of all ages, these adult males are inquiring for our assist. Their courage and their dignity obliges us,” said a write-up with the video clip.
“We have made the decision to react to the attraction produced to us by chopping — us, way too — some of these locks.”
Some of the other females who took element involved actors Charlotte Rampling and Charlotte Gainsbourg, who was also filmed cutting off a lock of hair from the head of her mother, singer Jane Birkin.