Léa Seydoux Says Acting in Europe is "easier" since Hollywood is "harsh on women"  

Léa Seydoux said that working as an actor in Europe is "easier" than in America.  

The French actress, who has also been in several major Hollywood series, including James Bond's Spectre and No Time to Die  

Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, and Dune: Part Two, recently spoke with Harper's Bazaar U.K. about her experiences working on American movies.  

"The industry in America Seydoux confessed, "I find it harsh on women."  

"Growing older is difficult for women. I don't want to be terrified of not being attractive or losing my contract.  

In America, it's economic, and when it comes to making money, you sacrifice your liberty.   

I'm uncomfortable with the requirement to check all of the boxes. Being a woman on television is easier in Europe."  

However, The Beast actress noted that she's "really satisfied" with the roles she's gotten so far in her Hollywood career, stating, "I take what I get!"  

"I'm not frustrated," she stated. "It's tough for someone who's not totally American to lead a Hollywood film."  

Seydoux recently told IndieWire that one of the reasons she still seeks work in Hollywood is that she believes "people in America have more imagination."   

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