Titled “Dissenso Comune” (Common Dissent), the open letter published Thursday in La Repubblica newspaper was initiated by actress Jasmine Trinca and makes no mention of Argento, who has been at the forefront of the #MeToo movement in the U.S.
In an interview with newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano, Argento called the document “watered down” and tweeted that she is waiting for “concrete gestures” from the women involved before joining this Italian campaign.
“Denouncing, helping each other, sharing our traumas, demonstrating, screaming our dissent against the patriarchy. Then — yes — we can finally be united and really fight together,” she said.
“They are lashing out against the entire system but they are clearly avoiding naming any names,” Argento added in