安妮·哈撒韦在“巫师”反弹后向残疾社区道歉: “我会做得更好。 ”
Anne Hathaway apologizes to disability community after 'The Witches' backlash: 'I'll do better'

Anne Hathaway apologizes to disability community after 'The Witches' backlash: 'I'll do better'

安妮·哈撒韦在“巫师”反弹后向残疾社区道歉: “我会做得更好。 ”

安妮·海瑟薇(Anne Hathaway)的新片《女巫》(The Witches)引发了残疾社区的强烈反应,她开始发声。这位女演员在得知“很多人,特别是孩子,对她描绘的“大女巫”感到痛苦”后,发表了长篇道歉。

哈撒韦周四写道, “让我首先说,我尽最大努力,对他人的感受和经历保持敏感,不是出于一些人对PC的恐慌,而是因为不伤害他人似乎是我们大家都应该努力追求的基本体面。 ”

她接着说, “作为一个真正相信包容性、真正厌恶残忍的人,我应该为所造成的痛苦向你们所有人道歉。 ”"对不起。当我看到这个角色的样子时,我并没有把它与GHW联系起来;如果有的话,我向你保证,这永远不会发生。

在影片中,哈撒韦的角色被分别用三根手指呈现,这种情况在外观上与“分手”相似。它通常是用手部或脚部缺失的中央数字来识别的。

哈撒韦补充说, “我特别想说,我很抱歉孩子们之间存在分歧:现在我知道得更好了,我保证我会做得更好。 ”我还要特别向所有热爱你的人道歉,就像我爱自己的孩子一样:对不起,我让你的家人失望。

这位37岁的奥斯卡得主最后鼓励她的追随者检查“幸运儿项目”(Lucky Fin Project),这是一个非营利组织,旨在提高认识,庆祝受肢体差异影响的儿童、个人和家庭。Hathaway发布了一段视频,内容是肢体差异的成人和儿童分享关于其残疾的有力信息。

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我最近获悉,许多有肢体差异的人,特别是儿童,由于在《女巫》中描绘了大女巫的形象而处于痛苦之中。首先,请允许我说,我尽最大努力对他人的感受和经历保持敏感,不是出于某些人对PC的恐慌,而是因为不伤害他人似乎是我们大家都应当争取的一种基本的体面。作为一个真正相信包容性和真正、真正地鄙视残忍的人,我应当为所造成的痛苦向你们所有人道歉。我很抱歉。当我看到这个角色的样子时,我并没有把它与GHW联系起来;如果有的话,我向你保证,这永远不会发生。我特别想说的是,我对有肢体差异的孩子们感到遗憾:现在我知道得更好了,我保证我会做得更好。我还要向每一个和我自己的孩子一样热爱你的人特别道歉:对不起,我让你的家人失望。如果你还不熟悉,请查看@ Lucky _ Fin _ Project(上文视频)和# NotAWitch标签,以便对肢体差异有一个更具包容性和必要性的视角。

Anne Hathaway(@ annehathaway)于2020年11月5日上午11时11分享的员额

Lucky Fin Project称Hathaway的职位是一个“可以取笑的时刻” 。

“让我们不要为‘癌症文化’而奋斗,而是要有一个受过教育、包容、同情和赋权的文化, ”该组织写道。"共同前进就是我们大家学习和崛起的方式" 。

英国残奥会两次的艾米·马伦(Amy Marren)是最早提请人们注意HBO Max电影中存在问题的形象的人之一。马伦似乎对女演员的道歉表示赞赏。

本周早些时候,华纳兄弟公司(Warner Bros .)的一名发言人发表声明称, “得知我们对《女巫》中虚构人物的描绘可能会让残疾人感到不快,深感悲痛” ,并“对由此引起的任何冒犯表示遗憾” 。

Anne Hathaway is speaking out after her new film, The Witches, sparked backlash from the disability community. The actress issued a lengthy apology after learning "that many people with limb differences, especially children, are in pain" over her portrayal of the Grand High Witch.

"Let me begin by saying I do my best to be sensitive to the feelings and experiences of others not out of some scrambling PC fear, but because not hurting others seems like a basic level of decency we should all be striving for," Hathaway wrote on Thursday.

"As someone who really believes in inclusivity and really, really detests cruelty, I owe you all an apology for the pain caused," she continued. "I am sorry. I did not connect limb difference with the GHW when the look of the character was brought to me; if I had, I assure you this never would have happened."

In the film, Hathaway's character is shown with three fingers on each hand, a condition that's similar in appearance to ectrodactyly, or "split hand." It's typically identified by missing central digits on the hand or foot.

Hathaway added, "I particularly want to say I'm sorry to kids with limb differences: now that I know better I promise I'll do better. And I owe a special apology to everyone who loves you as fiercely as I love my own kids: I'm sorry I let your family down."

The 37-year-old Oscar winner concluded by encouraging her followers to check out the Lucky Fin Project, a nonprofit organization that exists to raise awareness and celebrate children, individuals and families affected by limb differences. Hathaway posted a video of adults and kids with limb differences sharing powerful messages about their disability.

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I have recently learned that many people with limb differences, especially children, are in pain because of the portrayal of the Grand High Witch in The Witches. Let me begin by saying I do my best to be sensitive to the feelings and experiences of others not out of some scrambling PC fear, but because not hurting others seems like a basic level of decency we should all be striving for. As someone who really believes in inclusivity and really, really detests cruelty, I owe you all an apology for the pain caused. I am sorry. I did not connect limb difference with the GHW when the look of the character was brought to me; if I had, I assure you this never would have happened. I particularly want to say I'm sorry to kids with limb differences: now that I know better I promise I'll do better. And I owe a special apology to everyone who loves you as fiercely as I love my own kids: I'm sorry I let your family down. If you aren't already familiar, please check out the @Lucky_Fin_Project (video above) and the #NotAWitch hashtag to get a more inclusive and necessary perspective on limb difference.

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The Lucky Fin Project called Hathaway's post a "teachable moment."

"Let's not strive for a 'Cancel Culture' but an educated, inclusive, empathetic, and empowering one," the organization wrote. "Forward together is how we all learn and rise."

Two-time British Paralympian Amy Marren was one of the first people to draw attention to the problematic portrayal in the HBO Max film. Marren seemed to appreciate the actress's apology.

Earlier this week, a Warner Bros. spokesperson issued a statement saying it was "deeply saddened to learn that our depiction of the fictional characters in The Witches could upset people with disabilities" and "regretted any offense caused."

Anne Hathaway is speaking out after her new film, The Witches, sparked backlash from the disability community. The actress issued a lengthy apology after learning "that many people with limb differences, especially children, are in pain" over her portrayal of the Grand High Witch.

安妮·海瑟薇(Anne Hathaway)的新片《女巫》(The Witches)引发了残疾社区的强烈反应,她开始发声。这位女演员在得知“很多人,特别是孩子,对她描绘的“大女巫”感到痛苦”后,发表了长篇道歉。

"Let me begin by saying I do my best to be sensitive to the feelings and experiences of others not out of some scrambling PC fear, but because not hurting others seems like a basic level of decency we should all be striving for," Hathaway wrote on Thursday.

哈撒韦周四写道, “让我首先说,我尽最大努力,对他人的感受和经历保持敏感,不是出于一些人对PC的恐慌,而是因为不伤害他人似乎是我们大家都应该努力追求的基本体面。 ”

"As someone who really believes in inclusivity and really, really detests cruelty, I owe you all an apology for the pain caused," she continued. "I am sorry. I did not connect limb difference with the GHW when the look of the character was brought to me; if I had, I assure you this never would have happened."

她接着说, “作为一个真正相信包容性、真正厌恶残忍的人,我应该为所造成的痛苦向你们所有人道歉。 ”"对不起。当我看到这个角色的样子时,我并没有把它与GHW联系起来;如果有的话,我向你保证,这永远不会发生。

In the film, Hathaway's character is shown with three fingers on each hand, a condition that's similar in appearance to ectrodactyly, or "split hand." It's typically identified by missing central digits on the hand or foot.

在影片中,哈撒韦的角色被分别用三根手指呈现,这种情况在外观上与“分手”相似。它通常是用手部或脚部缺失的中央数字来识别的。

Hathaway added, "I particularly want to say I'm sorry to kids with limb differences: now that I know better I promise I'll do better. And I owe a special apology to everyone who loves you as fiercely as I love my own kids: I'm sorry I let your family down."

哈撒韦补充说, “我特别想说,我很抱歉孩子们之间存在分歧:现在我知道得更好了,我保证我会做得更好。 ”我还要特别向所有热爱你的人道歉,就像我爱自己的孩子一样:对不起,我让你的家人失望。

The 37-year-old Oscar winner concluded by encouraging her followers to check out the Lucky Fin Project, a nonprofit organization that exists to raise awareness and celebrate children, individuals and families affected by limb differences. Hathaway posted a video of adults and kids with limb differences sharing powerful messages about their disability.

这位37岁的奥斯卡得主最后鼓励她的追随者检查“幸运儿项目”(Lucky Fin Project),这是一个非营利组织,旨在提高认识,庆祝受肢体差异影响的儿童、个人和家庭。Hathaway发布了一段视频,内容是肢体差异的成人和儿童分享关于其残疾的有力信息。

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I have recently learned that many people with limb differences, especially children, are in pain because of the portrayal of the Grand High Witch in The Witches. Let me begin by saying I do my best to be sensitive to the feelings and experiences of others not out of some scrambling PC fear, but because not hurting others seems like a basic level of decency we should all be striving for. As someone who really believes in inclusivity and really, really detests cruelty, I owe you all an apology for the pain caused. I am sorry. I did not connect limb difference with the GHW when the look of the character was brought to me; if I had, I assure you this never would have happened. I particularly want to say I'm sorry to kids with limb differences: now that I know better I promise I'll do better. And I owe a special apology to everyone who loves you as fiercely as I love my own kids: I'm sorry I let your family down. If you aren't already familiar, please check out the @Lucky_Fin_Project (video above) and the #NotAWitch hashtag to get a more inclusive and necessary perspective on limb difference.

我最近获悉,许多有肢体差异的人,特别是儿童,由于在《女巫》中描绘了大女巫的形象而处于痛苦之中。首先,请允许我说,我尽最大努力对他人的感受和经历保持敏感,不是出于某些人对PC的恐慌,而是因为不伤害他人似乎是我们大家都应当争取的一种基本的体面。作为一个真正相信包容性和真正、真正地鄙视残忍的人,我应当为所造成的痛苦向你们所有人道歉。我很抱歉。当我看到这个角色的样子时,我并没有把它与GHW联系起来;如果有的话,我向你保证,这永远不会发生。我特别想说的是,我对有肢体差异的孩子们感到遗憾:现在我知道得更好了,我保证我会做得更好。我还要向每一个和我自己的孩子一样热爱你的人特别道歉:对不起,我让你的家人失望。如果你还不熟悉,请查看@ Lucky _ Fin _ Project(上文视频)和# NotAWitch标签,以便对肢体差异有一个更具包容性和必要性的视角。

A post shared by Anne Hathaway (@annehathaway) on Nov 5, 2020 at 11:11am PST

Anne Hathaway(@ annehathaway)于2020年11月5日上午11时11分享的员额

The Lucky Fin Project called Hathaway's post a "teachable moment."

Lucky Fin Project称Hathaway的职位是一个“可以取笑的时刻” 。

"Let's not strive for a 'Cancel Culture' but an educated, inclusive, empathetic, and empowering one," the organization wrote. "Forward together is how we all learn and rise."

“让我们不要为‘癌症文化’而奋斗,而是要有一个受过教育、包容、同情和赋权的文化, ”该组织写道。"共同前进就是我们大家学习和崛起的方式" 。

Two-time British Paralympian Amy Marren was one of the first people to draw attention to the problematic portrayal in the HBO Max film. Marren seemed to appreciate the actress's apology.

英国残奥会两次的艾米·马伦(Amy Marren)是最早提请人们注意HBO Max电影中存在问题的形象的人之一。马伦似乎对女演员的道歉表示赞赏。

Earlier this week, a Warner Bros. spokesperson issued a statement saying it was "deeply saddened to learn that our depiction of the fictional characters in The Witches could upset people with disabilities" and "regretted any offense caused."

本周早些时候,华纳兄弟公司(Warner Bros .)的一名发言人发表声明称, “得知我们对《女巫》中虚构人物的描绘可能会让残疾人感到不快,深感悲痛” ,并“对由此引起的任何冒犯表示遗憾” 。