Summary: ‘ Crowe was speaking at the Australian Academy of Cinema, and Television Arts Awards, and, as the Oscar winner took the stage to introduce the Best Asian Film of the Year, he relayed a curious anecdote about an on-set past prior experience in which he said he ended up “sodomizing” one of his co-stars during filming of the 1992 film Romper Stomper, something which he said he “didn’t in factintend to do.” The story began simply enough. Anyway that was just a story about sensitivity.” Crowe’s comments were cut from the awards show’s televised broadcast however audio of the remarks has leaked online. In a Facebook entry re-posted on Twitter, McKenzie, who said the scene was “violent, and explicit” supported Crowe, saying, “The irony—what we actors are asked to do in scenes and just how we in factfilm them—is what we laugh at,” adding, “The very important oral conversation of sexual harassment in the workplace bears no relevance to this.” “I just want to talk about what binds us together.
He then continued, to nervous laughter from the crowd: “I was sodomizing Jacquie McKenzie on the set of Romper Stomper and I didn’t in factintend to do that, but I was trying to keep my bits away from her bits and she’d been given one of those pieces of elastic that the girls get when you do the love scenes, which protects them from all things and my bits and pieces were in a little canvas sack with a drawstring, analogous to when you used to purchase chewing gum as a child….Read The Full Article Here
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