Jane fonda She talked about one of the sexual propositions she has received in her entire career as an actress, as she said in an interview to Andy Cohen that French filmmaker Rene Clement He told her that in order to play the protagonist of his film he needed to get intimate with her to find out how she had intercourse, however, the famous activist found a way to evade the said offer.
In a recent program of the famous American presenter’s interview program “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen”, Fonda talked about one of the most uncomfortable moments when she was followed by her interviewer to get a role for a movie. had come To question him, asked him to name one personality from the world of cinema who might have troubled him in his time.
“Name one person in Hollywood who once tried to flirt with you,” the presenter of the Bravo Channel production asked.
It was then that Fonda, 85, mentored René Clément, a French director who achieved greater recognition in the 1950s and 1960s for films such as “Forbidden Games,” “The Angry Age” and “Purple Noon.” The actress recalled that it was in 1964, when she was barely four years old when she made her big screen debut, when the filmmaker, who was 51 at the time and she was 27, came to know about it. I met to talk. Joy House” is a suspense film that was about to start
And although Clément seemed confident with Jane’s integration into the production, where he would give life to Melinda, a woman in love with the role played by Alain Delon, he told her that, since her character had to have an orgasm on stage. , it seemed appropriate that they had a sexual relationship that would portray it and thus, you know, the way Jane had an orgasm.
“The French director René Clément wanted to sleep with me because he said the character had to have an orgasm in the film and he needed to see what my orgasms were like,” she confessed.
However, the actress found a way to avoid the suggestion, as Clément was speaking French at the time and, despite the fact that Jane understood, he pretended that he did not understand a word: “She said it in French. Said and I pretended not to understand anything”.
And though Fonda admitted she had a lot to tell about the sexual advances she experienced in her acting career, she told Cohen there was little time to talk about it, so they turned the page. and continued. Jane’s life and activities.