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Actor calls for action: Many men feel frustration

the Documentary about the Josefin Nilsson quickly got strong reactions from the field of culture. Actor Alexander Karim wrote in News 24 about how he will choos

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Actor calls for action: Many men feel frustration

the Documentary about the Josefin Nilsson quickly got strong reactions from the field of culture. Actor Alexander Karim wrote in News 24 about how he will choose to say no to work with ”gubbslem and assholes”. A petition that calls for a boycott of the workplace where the man who should have abused Josefin Nilsson works have received more than 8.500 signatures.

On social media, Peter Jöback, ”I am with you” to the Alexander Karim, under the hashtag #brinnförjosefin. Even the actor and tv host Morgan Alling reacted strongly to the evidence in the documentary. On Instagram, he wrote a long post where he calls for positions from more men.

wrote Morgan Alling on Instagram on Tuesday afternoon.

Many men have been angry for rapists, kvinnomisshandlare and addicts have benefited with roles and the rates and reportage in the newspapers. It is as if we feel that it is exciting and awesome with the dangerous men who glorifieras. At the same time, there is a woman who is feeling bad to see how the battles against her glorifieras, " says Morgan Alling to DN.

”It's like we feel that it is exciting and awesome with the dangerous men who glorifieras,” says Morgan Alling. Photo: Jessica Gow/TT

He was happy when Alexander Karim made his statement. Morgan Alling said that he already during his time at the royal dramatic theatre and in film - and tv-productions chosen to say no to roles depending on who else is involved. And on Tuesday evening he received many positive responses to his speech:

" Now I feel that so many men feel frustration. We are a armkroksarmé where we stand next to our sisters, and does not stand up to pets with mansbebisar. Now we can be an army traveling us up. The silent mass who is so sick and tired of seeing and hearing but nothing to do.

now, the hands as a purification process, as the theatres in Sweden have to go through.

" They need to examine themselves. The problem is not what has been, but we must look ahead: How do we protect young talent in the future? There must be a clear code of conduct for how to behave as an employee at a theatre. Before have the myths about these men become so outsized, and the royal dramatic theatre and other cultural institutions have glorifierats that house with the geniuses. I think it's nice and healthy now, what is happening, " he says.

at the same time as Morgan Alling believes that violence is not a matter for the particular culture, and that it is not about to hang out the individual men, he believes that producers and employers have a responsibility for their productions.

– You must make a choice. Today, there are many who are ashamed – and you should be ashamed. But doing it for a while and go on to begin to do the right thing.

”The only positive in an industry where no one is indispensable is that you do not need to work with people who bully,” writes the Moa Gammel in the DN. Photo: Mehdi Chebil [chebilink@yahoo.com]

" Our industry must become more professional. We'll tell stories and work with art, not behave as praktarslen. I am convinced that the industry has professionalised and does not benefit them that actually cost money, blood and tears.

– the Documentary about the last airbender was such a vittnesskildring that went straight to the heart, but this is happening to women everywhere. I will be pissed, because I have talked about this in thirty years. But now it became so strong for it is about a man that you like it so much. And it gets so terribly angry at beskyddarkulturen that existed in our institutions. It has reduced and confused, but now people start to become aware. And we will not be silent any longer. We will react.

the Director and the actor Moa Gammel writes in a text in dagens nyheter that although she will choose to #tackanej.

”In my role as director I have taken references on everyone that I hired in order to really assure me that there are people who treat their colleagues with respect. The only positive in an industry where no one is indispensable is that you do not need to work with people who bully, mistreat, or commit abuse,” she writes.

She writes that the change must start with those who work in the theatre world, if the bosses ”do not want to pay the price” for the change.

”say no,” she concludes.

”I would jump off the project if I saw someone behave badly,” says David Dencik to Morgonpasset I P3. Photo: Erik Ardelius

on Wednesday, actor David Dencik, up to date with the tv series ”the Greatest of all”. He says that he would not be prepared to say no to a role, because of the other involved actors, on the basis of what has been said about them in social media or in documentaries:

" I think you should do as a responsible human being is to step into a situation and say that you do not accept it, instead of having to go out in advance and judge people based on what others have said.

When the hosts asks if he would be able to consider not working with previously convicted people respond David Dencik:

duggar, the close by the condemned people in the Swedish film. So no, but I would jump of the projects if I saw someone behave badly. I would say that I can't accept this, and be present in what happens.

Here you can read all the texts about the documentary on Josefin Nilsson.

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