French Actress Léa Seydoux Reveals That Hollywood Is Harsh On Women!

French Film Star Léa Seydoux has recently revealed the reason for taking roles in Hollywood, despite being a European actor she expressed that people in America have more imagination.

The French actress Léa Seydoux, who has also played pivotal parts in several major Hollywood productions, such as Dune: Part Two, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol and James Bond films Spectre & No Time to Die, recently talked candidly about her experiences of working in American movies with Harper’s Bazaar U.K.

The European star elaborated, “The industry in America… I find it harsh on women.” She added, “It’s hard for women to age. I don’t want to be afraid not to be desirable or to lose my contract. In America it’s economic, and when it becomes a matter of making money, you lose your freedom. I don’t feel comfortable with the fact that you have to tick all the boxes. Being a woman on screen is easier in Europe.”

However, The Dune 2 actress said that she’s “really satisfied” with the parts she has been portraying throughout her career in Hollywood till now, saying, ”I take what I get!, I’m not frustrated,” she added. “It’s tough for someone who’s not totally American to lead a Hollywood film.”

Seydoux previously shared with Indie Wire that one of the main reasons the actress still looks for roles in Hollywood is because she feels “that in America, people have more imagination.”

The French artist acknowledged during her interview with Harper’s Bazaar U.K. that she has ”more freedom” as a European actress because it ”suits” her. “I’m not trying to be popular, I’m just trying to enjoy myself. In America, you have to conform. I don’t want to adapt myself to the system, I want the system to adapt to me,” She concluded.

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