Roman Polanski is NOT a humanist

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  1. Nathan says:

    What is his religious faith, or is he an atheist?

  2. Margaret says:

    According to Wikipedia, his parents were agnostic but the family was ethnically Jewish. It doesn’t say what he is.

  3. Margaret says:

    Harvey Weinstein in The Independent:

    I remember when I took Quentin Tarantino with me to a very private screening of the documentary Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired, which shows some of the legal irregularities of his case.

    I was involved by the film, and it was an amazing experience to see people weep at the end of it. Warren Beatty and Robert Evans were there, too, and you could feel the sense of injustice from these people who are part of Polanski’s life. They know that, at heart, he is a humanist.

    Rich Lowry, in the National Review, asks:

    It makes you wonder: Where does humanism go to get back its good name? None of this is relevant unless the art, and its presumed greatness, is itself considered a defense.

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