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Having now been a mother myself, I have actually had parenting situations where I have thought “what would Marmee do?
” She had such strength and patience.’Miss Watson also has praised the adaptation a positive antidote to the flood of reports of sexual harassment in the acting industry.
Appearing at a screening in London, she said: ‘I felt really connected to this character since I was a wee thing.
Asked what she thought about women in show-business speaking out against 'inappropriate behavior' in the workplace, Uma said 'I think it's commendable.'Though the Boston native appeared calm, her frustration was palpable as she took a deep breath and told the NBC show, 'I don’t have a tidy soundbite for you.' The tall, blonde talent's oft-collaborator Quentin Tarantino also opened up about Weinstein's behavior in October, admitting: 'I knew enough to do more than I did.' Tarantino and Weinstein are seen together at the 2009 premiere of Inglourious Basterds in Rome She chose her words carefully as she continued: 'I have learned, I am not a child and I have learned that…Miramax was founded by Weinstein and his brother, Bob Weinstein.The brothers left Miramax shortly after they sold the firm to the Walt Disney Company. Weinstein, the founder of Miramax and The Weinstein Company, has been accused by scores of women of sexual misconduct ranging from harassment to rape.She is pictured (from left) with Kathryn Newton, who plays Amy, Scream star Willa Fitzgerald, who plays Meg and Annes Elwy, who plays Beth The three-part adaptation, also starring Emily Watson, Dame Angela Lansbury and Sir Michael Gambon, has been billed as one of the jewel’s in the BBC’s Christmas schedule, and will be stripped across three consecutive nights from Boxing Day.Yet despite the high-profile nature of her entry into television, Miss Hawke - whose father is American actor Ethan Hawke - appears to have taken it all in her stride, and said yesterday she knew she was the ‘right person’ to play the part of fiercely independent Jo.