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Juliette Binoche, Marion Cotillard and Isabelle Huppert cut hair in solidarity with Iranian women over hijab

Juliette Binoche, Marion Cotillard and Isabelle Huppert support Iranian women protesting the hijab (Photo credit – Wikimedia; IMDb)

More than 50 French female artists from the world of film and music symbolically cut their hair in a video campaign to show support for the ongoing women’s freedom protests in Iran following the death of 22-year-old Mercer Amini. turned it off. deadline’.

French actresses Isabelle Adjani, Bérénice Bejo, Juliette Binoche, Laure Calamy, Marion Cotillard, Julie Gayet, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Isabelle Huppert and Alexandra Lamy in a photo of themselves with their hair cut shared.

Amini died in police custody on Sept. 16 after being arrested for not wearing it, according to ‘Deadline’ hijab A lock of hair can be released appropriately in accordance with the country’s strict religious laws.

Police say she died of a heart attack, but witnesses and people detained with the young woman said she was severely beaten. As a sign of solidarity, women around the world are cutting locks of their hair and posting them on social networks around the world.

The video, tagged #HairForFreedom, was posted to Instagram early Wednesday morning.

“Deadline” goes on to say that Binoche begins the video, raising her hair high before shaving off a sizeable clump, saying, “In English for Friedma.

The video concludes with images by French-Iranian artist and director Marjane Satrapi, who tackled the issue of women’s rights in Iran with her award-winning graphic novel and novel Persepolis.

“Since Mahsa’s death on 16 September, Iranian People led by women are risking their lives to protest. These people only want access to the most essential freedoms. These women, these men are asking for our support,” read the statement accompanying the video.

“Their courage and dignity oblige us (to act). We cannot help but condemn this terrible oppression over and over again. Dozens of people, including children, have died. Arrests are adding to the number of prisoners who are already being held illegally and frequently tortured. decided to answer (sic).

The initiative was led by international human rights lawyer Richard Cedillo, in collaboration with top French barristers Julie Couturier and Christian Feral Schuur.

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