Marion Cotillard attended a Greenpeace protest held in Paris on Friday to protest against the detention of 30 activists in Russia.
As we know, Russia does not mess with the order. Anti-gay laws, Pussy Riot and imprisoned for two months, thirty Greenpeace activists jailed. Them wrong? Wanting to climb an oil platform north of Russia to raise awareness of global warming. They are accused of piracy and hooligalisme. Crimes that can cost them up to 15 years in prison. Outraged by the disproportionate charges, personalities from politics and culture gathered in Paris on Friday, locked in a cage to protest. Marion Cotillard was among them.
"There are people who have the courage to defend our planet, it really starts to hurt. Faced with this courage, the penalties are absolutely absurd and crazy ... We should rather thank these people," said Marion Cotillard in the media from covering the protest number.
Taking his work very seriously, the actress has long posed with the sign "I am a supporter of climate" hands. For the occasion, exit the glamor of the red carpet and ultra luxurious advertisements, wife of Guillaume Canet has braved the cold a screw cap on the head. Like American actors like Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon, Marion Cotillard therefore wants to use her fame to make things happen. Is it enough?