The French actress Corinne Masiero (57) has done a stunt at the César Awards presentation in Paris.
Corinne Masiero presented the award for best costume at the César Awards and did so in a donkey outfit. When presenter Marina Foïs remarked that she found the outfit weird, Masiero revealed a bloody dress under the donkey outfit.
Then she took off all her clothes. ‘No culture, no future’ was written on her chest, ‘Give us back the art, Jean’ on her back, referring to the French Prime Minister Jean Castex. “I don’t think I’ll be invited next year,” she joked. “We will see.”
With her action, Masiero wanted to protest against the corona measures. Cultural events are still not allowed to take place in France, and the government does not offer any future prospects for the cultural sector. Since March 4, the cultural sector has regularly protested against the corona measures.
Presenter Marina Foïs also criticized the French culture minister, Roselyne Bachelot. “I’m losing my faith in you,” she said. “They locked up us youngsters, closed the cinemas and theatres and banned concerts so they could reopen the churches because we are a secular country. So that old people could go to church again.
“And film producer Stephane Demoustier expressed his displeasure at receiving the César for best screenplay, for the film ‘La Fille au Bracelet’.” My children can go to the Zara, but not to the cinema. It is incomprehensible,” he said.