Fifty Shades of Grey movie: Jamie Dornan says film is ‘not anti-feminist’
January 2, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
The actor, who plays Christian Grey in a stirring movie, called out critics who have pronounced BDSM is misogynistic, observant that many group also suffer holding partial in cooperative passionate acts.
“I can know because people contend restraining a lady adult and spanking her is misogynistic. But actually, some-more group are cooperative than women. Very absolute men,” he said.
The 32-year-old pronounced that a regretful attribute between Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele was some-more critical in a film than their use of leather whips and handcuffs.
“The adore story is some-more critical than a BDSM aspect. we mean, we are going to tell a adore story, we know, it can’t only be what happens in a Red Room, that’s not a film. There’s so most some-more going on than that,” he told Elle magazine.
The actor combined that he did not realize how vast a universe of BDSM was before he began researching his partial in a film.
“It’s a distant bigger stage than we imagined: in flattering most any city in a universe that we could name, people wish to get spanked with a paddle with studs on it,” he said.
Mr Grey will see we now: Jamie Dornan (Pic:Jeff Hahn)
Moral watchdogs in a US expelled statements job on people to take movement opposite a “sexually violent” film after a initial trailer was expelled in July.
Morality in a Media pronounced a film helped to foster a “rape and passionate assault enlightenment that is now permeating a society”.
It combined that a amorous trilogy “promotes woe as intimately delightful and normalizes domestic violence, quite assault opposite women”.
Directed by artist-turned-director Sam Taylor-Johnson, a film stars Dakota Johnson alongside Dornan and will be expelled in time for Valentine’s Day 2015.