A ‘Playboy’ movement: Hollyweird actress Anjelica Huston defends child rapist Polanski

From Daily Mail: Legendary actress Anjelica Huston has jumped to the defense of maligned Hollywood figures Woody Allen, Roman Polanski and Jeffrey Tambor – but she still thinks beloved comedian Bill Murray is a ‘s**t’.

In an outspoken and unabashed interview published in New York Magazine, the 67-year-old admitted she’d work with Allen again ‘in a second’ despite allegations reemerging that the filmmaker abused his daughter, Dylan O’Sullivan Farrow, when she was just seven.

‘Two states investigated him,’ Huston, who has worked on two films with Allen, noted. ‘And neither of them prosecuted him,’ she added – reaffirming that she’d jump at an opportunity to collaborate with him again.

Huston’s stance marks a stark contrast to other Hollywood stars, such as Greta Gerwig, Timothée Chalamet and Colin Firth, who have all recently voiced regret about working with Allen.

In the same vein of questioning, the Oscar-winner was also asked about director Roman Polanski’s 1977 sex abuse case, in which he raped a 13-year-old girl in the home of Jack Nicholson, who was Huston’s boyfriend at the time.

Present at the residence as the assault took place, Huston insisted Polanski’s actions were part of ‘a whole playboy movement’ and can’t be judged by today’s standards of sexual abuse because it was simply a different time.

‘It’s a story that could’ve happened in ten years before in England or France or Italy or Spain or Portugal, and no one would’ve heard anything about it,’ Huston said. She added that that approaching underage girls was simply ‘de rigueur for most of the guys like Roman who had grown up with the European sensibility.

‘That’s how these guys enjoy their time,’ she claimed.

Read the whole story here.

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Dr. Eowyn
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And yet these Hollyweirdos with sewage morals constantly lecture down to us about this or that. As for Anjelica Huston, the only thing that’s “legendary” about her is that, at 67, she looks like an ugly man in drag.
http://www1.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/2018+Vanity+Fair+Oscar+Party+Hosted+Radhika+W3483jKSOHyl.jpg

William
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William

Oy. That should have come with a warning, I wasn’t ready for it. The ugliness inside is expressing itself in her physical appearance

William
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William

Polanski raped the girl twice, anally and vaginally, after drugging her. I remember Time magazine making the same excuses for him at the time, that it was just his European sensibilities. I think they meant (((European))). His wife Sharon Tate was allegedly killed by the Manson family but that too was a staged event. It was crude by today’s standards but they got away with it in those pre-internet days. Never happened, it was part of a counter narrative to the counterculture

Lana
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Lana

Yes you mentioned, (((European))). I think you are absolutely on the money. Since when do European men think it is OK to drug and rape an underage girl? On the other hand the Talmud says it quite OK. The only difference is that at three years old the Rabbi doesn’t have to use drugs. Scum.

William
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William

That’s three years and a day Lana. That one day makes all the difference. Polanski is of talmudic persuasion and he of all of them is in deep, darkness within the darkness. That’s why they fawn over him

Lophatt
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Lophatt

If you study the ghettoes, you will come to understand that Whitey didn’t put them in those, they demanded them. The reason they demanded them is so that all of their tribe would be under their rule and kept away from the influences of the Goyim. In most of the world for centuries they ran their own laws, just like the Muslims do. Sometime a local king would restrict them from things like the death penalty. Napoleon made them choose whether to be French citizens or to leave. Of course they complied and swore that they were good, patriotic Frenchmen.… Read more »

William
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William

Anjelica Huston, legendary? According to who? Meryl Streep – she lives here in the Berkshires. There goes the neighborhood. This is part of the ongoing propaganda campaign to normalize sexual degeneracy, like Biden’s groping little kids is part of his “brand”. Un-effing-believable. There is no word for these creatures, beyond evil, beyond demonic. Unalloyed filth

Alma
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Alma

Nothing new, she’s always been a liberal just like her father. Meryl Streep is another one of these lesser subhumans. I wonder if they take opioids to sleep otherwise their conscience would be keeping them up all night.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

I don’t know why we’re surprised when Satanists show their stripes. That’s who they are. What’s surprising is that people actually pay to go to their films. Not only that, they pay attention to what they say that they think. In truth they are just Odor employees, like politicians. They say what they’re told to say. For that they get money and valuable prizes. I suspect that they enjoy watching others jailed for the same practices they engage in with no recrimination. That is one of those “valuable prizes” I mention. They get little kiddies for them to molest anytime… Read more »

Lana
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Lana

They are a real lot aren’t they? I read the source article from the mail, and the thing that struck me beyond the horrific defense of the indefensible, was the shear arrogance, self absorption, and the self importance with their own opinions….. ” Bill Murray snubbed me by not asking me to dinner”… Oh my he snubbed the goddess, boo hoo. They may do what they are told but they buy their own Kool- aid too. I won’t give a dime of my money to these creeps. I have no idea if its’ true or not, bur given that Brad… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Oh surely. I didn’t mean to imply that they weren’t self-absorbed and vain. What I meant is that they have no beliefs. Their “beliefs” are whatever they are told to have.

Basically, they are high-paid sales people for the NWO.

TrailDust
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Amazing how they think pedophilia is a sign of sophistication.

Steven Broiles
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Oh Yes: Leave it to the face that sank a thousand ships to lecture us! Actually, there are TWO POINTS that have to be addressed. First, for all her bloviating and whining—justified or not—it was reported that Mia and Soon Yi had a menage a trois with the Woodman. IF this is true, then Mia ought to shut her pie hole. Be that as it may, Mt. Rushmore is right about one thing: Two states did fail to indict Allen, and the Connecticut prosecutor’s mishandling of the case was duly noted at the time. Now on to the more curious—and… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Reminds me of a story I read once involving Winston Churchill. He was at a party and quite drunk. A noblewoman who was very homely walked up to him and said “Prime Minister, you’re drunk”. He responded, “why yes I am my lady. And tomorrow I shall be sober and you’ll still be ugly”. I think we all rebel against the arrogance of the famous. Those who believe that common convention does not apply to them. This is even worse with celebrities. They are celebrities because some people pay for their talents. With royalty at least they can claim to… Read more »

CalGirl
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Huston is a child of Hollyweird. This is her “normal” & so, of course, would defend a child molester, or a rapist, or a tax evader, or a socialist or communist, or any sort of grifter or cheat. An abused child like she (emotional/social milieu/or physical) will always run to/defend his/her abuser . To NOT do so, makes her life a big fat LIE….too painful to plumb, too hard, too time-consuming—-so, easier to seek the level of water….go with the flow, the status quo……

txfella
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txfella

Not like you & I

Toni
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Toni

It’s shocking to us that Anjelica Huston can say these things with such a lack of self-awareness. But, as other commenters have suggested, consider her provenance. Many of you already know this story. Anjelica’s father was the successful director John Huston, who in the 1950s liked to hang out at the Hollywood Hills home and operating theatre of abortionist-to-the-elite and Black Dahlia Killer Dr. George Hodel. Dr. Hodel had sophisticated intellectual pretensions that championed polygamy and incest. Dr. Hodel reveled in the wild orgies he arranged for his friends at his Mayan-temple-inspired estate. He made his young daughter, Tamar, attend… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Very instructive. I knew a little bit of this, but not THAT much. Good job!

William
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William

As well McKenzie Phillips, daughter of John and Michelle Phillips, was pimped to Mick Jagger by her father at the age of twelve I believe. Dave McGowan (RIP) wrote about the Laurel Canyon scene in the mid 60’s in his book Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon. It was in many ways peak degeneracy – until now. His daughter archived his work if you’re not familiar with it at:
centerforaninformedamerica.com

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Yeah, I’ve read it and I’m not that big a fan. I lived through that and he didn’t. He gets a lot of it wrong although beautifully. Every time I criticize him I get bombarded by true believers. That’s OK. Some of what he said is speculation on his part and he speculated incorrectly. If people would rather believe him who didn’t see any of that with his own eyes over someone who did, fine. To me its a tempest in a teapot. What Toni has written about here is absolutely true. Some of what McGown wrote is sort of… Read more »

William
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William

I used to read his stuff from time to time. As you say he wrote well, and humorously. He offered his pieces of the great puzzle, his perspectives, I think honestly, but any authentic search for truth must be rooted in Christian faith and I don’t believe he had that. His demise was curious IMO. I lived through that period and was part of it, although on the other side of the country. The 60’s counterculture was to a a large extent an orchestrated psy-op but part of it got away from them and that’s the part that I experienced.… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Yes, they did. I don’t like to see it inaccurately portrayed and oner-simplified. It was not one-dimensional and apelike. I read his stuff carefully. He suffered a common problem. No matter how cleverly written your argument is, if your premise is wrong, you’re wrong. He had several ridiculous starting points. Another problem was due to his apparent belief that EVERYTHING is due to associations. It isn’t. When one lives in an areas surrounded by military installations it should be too surprising that people associated with them live there. It isn’t suspicious at all. Frome there it went to anybody associated… Read more »

Toni
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Toni

Lophatt, I think you characterize precisely the problem with McGowan’s investigative style. Inference by proximity. But as you and William say, not all of us that were close, that lived through it, were taken in by the darkside. I think the psyop backfired in many ways.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Thank you, Toni. I think I’d respond by saying that I’m not sure it was all a “psyop”. I will concede that where there is opportunity, there are those who will use it. I have the luxury of having been a musician all my life and having known some of the characters portrayed personally. I admit to having little patience with judging something then creating a story to fit the belief. I tend to do my analysis the other way round. So, do I believe that nefarious types participated in the ’60’s. Sure. They participated in the 1860’s as well.… Read more »

Dr. Eowyn
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Wow.
Hellywood’s perversions are not recent, but go way back, probably at its very beginning.

Toni
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Toni

Dr. Eowyn, I think you are right. The film community was heavily influenced by the surrealists, who came up at the same time as film (WWI) and who promoted “anti-social attitude and disdain for established artistic tradition.” It was borrowed for horror movies and eventually birthed Film Noir, of which director John Huston was a pioneer. George Hodel was a collector of surrealistic art (Man Ray was his ‘family photographer’). The terrible tableau of the Black Dahlia murder scene was his ‘artwork.’ He thought the surrealists didn’t go far enough with depicting women in pieces. He left allusions to other… Read more »

Dr. Eowyn
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Toni, acting was once an occupation of low repute, and actors rightly were regarded with suspicion because they tended to live unbound by societal norms. It is only with the invention of motion pictures, especially Hollywood, that actors/actresses became “stars” idolized by millions. And it is only since the 1960s that they use their fame to lecture down to us, pretending to be our moral superiors.

Toni
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Toni

Perfect summation and tie-back to DCG’s article, Dr. Eowyn.

Dr. Eowyn
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❤️

Toni
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Toni

One last thought. The title of the pre-WWII period film, Chinatown, alludes to the ‘Inscrutable East.’ The racist thirties metaphor is used to say, “Don’t even go there. You don’t want to know.” When looked at in this way, the entire film can be viewed as a meta-gesture towards the story that’s not being told. Hollywood and its bloody associations are ‘Chinatown’ and they must remain opaque; they are dangerous to expose. Polanski with his knife in Nicholson’s nose is a warning to ‘cut’ the investigation. At every turn the private detective is thwarted in uncovering the truth, until finally,… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Hmmm, interesting take. I’m reminded of “Charlie Chan” and the whole implied “inscrutability” of the East. The same theme is clear in stories from California’s early years with the importation of so many Chinese to work the rails and levees. There was a whole Tong war underground that still survives. Film can be a powerful medium. I always wonder, however, if I’m reading too much into them or not. I see a contrast between “underground” (i.e. Chinese/Eastern), and “upper crust” , (celebrity license). Dr. Hodel’s untouchability due to his circle more or less contrasting to “dark things” done in private.… Read more »

Toni
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Toni

Well-said. I agree with everything you say, Lophatt. So many barrier-crushing cultural movements were created by people who certainly thought they could become their own gods. As to your comment, “I always wonder, however, if I’m reading too much into them or not,” I would only reassure you that you can’t. One’s impressions of art are authentic, and rely on the same subconsciousness that artists do when they make it. Not every meaning is revealed. Even if the filmmakers in this case were unaware of the observable direct metaphor to Hollywood in their film, it wouldn’t make it any less… Read more »