Celebs Who Have Defended Roman Polanski Publically

by fedor8 | created - 04 Feb 2011 | updated - 13 Jan 2017 | Public

You can discard all that righteous nonsense they'd been serving to you in their Politically Correct movies, although you only have yourself to blame if you ever bought into all that hogwash.

A news story such as this is wonderful because it once again reveals the true extent of the kind of rampant decadence and arrogance that reigns supreme among Tinseltown's "finest".

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1. Woody Allen

Writer | Manhattan

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Writer | Hable con ella

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3. Jonathan Demme

Director | The Silence of the Lambs

Jonathan Demme was born on February 22, 1944 in Baldwin, Long Island, New York, USA as Robert Jonathan Demme. He was a director and producer, known for The Silence of the Lambs (1991), Philadelphia (1993) and Rachel Getting Married (2008). He was married to Joanne Howard and Evelyn Purcell. He died...

4. Costa-Gavras

Director | Missing

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5. Whoopi Goldberg

Actress | Ghost

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6. Terry Gilliam

Writer | Brazil

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7. Bernardo Bertolucci

Writer | The Last Emperor

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8. Emir Kusturica

Director | Underground

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9. Guillermo del Toro

Writer | El laberinto del fauno

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10. Monica Bellucci

Actress | Malèna

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11. Wim Wenders

Director | Der Himmel über Berlin

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12. Peter Fonda

Actor | Easy Rider

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Fonda made...

13. Michael Mann

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Director | Pi

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15. David Lynch

Writer | Twin Peaks

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16. Tilda Swinton

Actress | We Need to Talk About Kevin

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17. Asia Argento

Actress | Land of the Dead

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18. Olivier Assayas

Writer | Personal Shopper

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His ...

19. Jeanne Moreau

Actress | Jules et Jim

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20. Sylvia Kristel

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21. Mike Nichols

Director | The Graduate

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22. Buck Henry

Writer | The Graduate

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23. Adrien Brody

Actor | The Pianist

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24. John Landis

Director | The Blues Brothers

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25. Michel Piccoli

Actor | Le mépris

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26. Terry Zwigoff

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28. Debra Winger

Actress | Terms of Endearment

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29. Vangelis

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30. Ludivine Sagnier

Actress | 8 femmes

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31. Fanny Ardant

Actress | 8 femmes

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32. Tom Tykwer

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A fun clip that helps expose liberal hypocrisy and decadence.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sdlyO9M77s

34. Sam Mendes

Producer | Road to Perdition

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35. Jean-Jacques Annaud

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Essential reading to understand this behaviour:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCUjZzuMQq8

36. Kim Cattrall

Actress | Sex and the City 2

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37. Meryl Streep

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