Eva Green thinks high heels are ‘anti-feminist’. She called it as birds over stilts
The 39-year old actor, daughter of French actor Marlene Jober told that her mother encourages her to put more efforts on her looks, but even then she chooses comfort over style.
“My mother would tell you, I should know how to do my hair, to make an effort,” she said.
“I ought to wear more colours, to be more of a woman, but I like comfort too much.”
Also speaking about the strength of female astronauts, she said she met female astronauts while filming for the movie Proxima, in which she plays the role of an astronaut who’s going one a one-year mission aboard the International Space Station.
She called them as superheroes, who speak five or six languages, and have to be good at everything physically. And that they sacrifice themselves.
“The male astronauts will automatically show you pictures of their children and partners, but the women usually don’t, because it would distract them from the mission.
“They are so strong, it’s difficult to see the cracks in the armour.”
It wasn’t the first time when Green spoke publically about her experience and thought about feminism and women’s rights.
In October 2017, she accused disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment.