French activists say it is ‘indecent’ to honour director, who is wanted in US for unlawful sex with a 13-year-old-girl

French feminists have voiced outrage over a planned retrospective of the films of director Roman Polanski, who has been accused of several sexual assaults, calling it “an insult” to women following the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

The retrospective is being organised by the Cinematheque Francaise, a major Paris-based film archive that is partly funded by the state.

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