Injure misogyne écrite sur un arbre dans le film JE VOUS SALUE SALOPE

Je vous salue salope

Léa Clermont-Dion, Guylaine Maroist
2022 - Documentary - 80 min

Homegrown cinema


Je vous salue salope

country:
Québec (Canada)
language:
French, Italian and English
subtitles:
French

A dive into the misogynistic vortex of the Web and its hatred against women.

 

In this choral story with the air of a psychological thriller, we follow four women across two continents; Laura Boldrini, former president of the Italian parliament; Kiah Morris, former American Democratic representative; Marion Séclin, French actress and Youtube artist as well as Donna Zuckerberg, specialist in cyber-violence against women and sister of the Facebook founder.

 

In the end, this tour de force makes you feel a hatred that is not complicated and whose objective has the merit of being clear: to silence those who shine. Some will fall under the cruel and crystallizing knife of the click, others, proud warriors, will stand up and refuse to be silent.

  • Wednesday, February 15, 18:15
    (FST)
    With Guylaine Maroist in attendance

    Casa d'Italia
  • Sunday, February 26, 18:00
    (EST)
    Casa d'Italia

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