Dominique Strauss-Kahn is to file a lawsuit against the producer of the Cannes sex addict movie.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn has decided to contest a movie based on his sex life. The Cannes movie portrays him as a sex offender despite the fact that the charges were dropped later on against him.
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The defamation that this new film engages in has infuriated Dominique who is up in arms against the negative and sordid portrayal of his character.
Moreover the movie shows him as a rapist which is just not the truth. The IMF head is out for blood. He wants to teach the makers of the movie (which by the way is the talk of the town) a lesson.
Gerard Depardieu, who plays the role of Dominique in the movie, is shown as a powerful male who likes to have his sexual needs met at all costs.
The resemblance is too much to take for the already ashamed IMF head honcho. Dominique had advised his lawyer to file a lawsuit against the makers of the movie since it simply made him want to vomit.
The insults and incriminations leveled against Dominique in the movie made him get up and take notice. He could not believe his eyes when he saw himself portrayed in such a nasty way on celluloid.
The IMF big kahuna wanted all of his past actions forgotten. But as they say, old sins have long shadows. The film is titled New York and it has had people in a hurry to see it. The news item it is based on is the selfsame scandal that Dominique was involved in some time back.
Power, the greatest aphrodisiac, and the smell of money are featured as the key elements of the movie that Dominique has found so repulsive.
Even Dominique’s ex-spouse found the depiction of her husband and herself to be in bad taste. The movie does not do full justice to their complex characters.