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Natalie Portman: Movies Objectify Women

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News video: Natalie Portman: Movies Objectify WomenBenjamin Millepied with Natalie Portman at Golden Globes Natalie Portman believes women are still being objectified in movies rather than being portrayed as "complex" individuals. The 35-year-old Hollywood star has enjoyed a career filled with critical acclaim and awards, such as a Best Actress Oscar for her performance in 'Black Swan' and more recently a Critics' Choice Award for her portrayal of the late Jackie Kennedy - the widow of American President John F.

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Natalie Portman wishes women were portrayed in movies as "complex" individuals , rather than still being objectified .

The 35-year-old Hollywood star has enjoyed a career filled with critical acclaim and awards, such as a Best Actress Oscar for her performance in 'Black Swan' and more recently a Critics' Choice Award for her portrayal of the late Jackie Kennedy - the widow of American President John F.

Kennedy - in the 2016 biopic 'Jackie'.



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