Allen’s latest film star Spanish performers Elena Anaya and Sergi Lopez alongside Gina Gershon, Wallace Shawn, Christoph Waltz and Louis Garrel. Following news of Farrow’s charges against him as well as comments he made about the #MeToo movement, various of the stars that have worked with the lead have publicly distanced themselves from him such as Timothy Chalamet, Rebecca Hall, Greta Gerwig and Colin Firth.
However, Deadline reports that Gerson and Anaya addressed the allegations publicly.
“I believe in justice. And as an actress, I’m responsible for my occupation and I’ve opted to work with Woody Allen because this is a wonderful script and it’s a dream reputation so I’m delighted to be here, ” Anaya said.
“Living in the United Mood now is crazy. There’s a lot of struggle, a good deal of hatred, it’s wild terms. One has to make sense of all those situations. I am very aware of the subject of women’s titles, but I am also delighted to be in a Woody Allen project, ” Gershon continued. “I think the Me Too movement has promoted very good things, but it’s likewise truly important that people take a look at every situation separately and genuinely make up their own sentiments about them.”