The furious actress Uma Thurman would not comment on the sex scandal in Hollywood, which is gaining new momentum.
"Unfortunately, I'm the prey", is how she ends the interview.
Uma Thurman feels it is commendable how women are coming forward with their own experiences.
I dont have a tidy soundbite for you, because I have learned, I am not a child and I have learned that. when Ive spoken in anger, I usually regret the way I express myself, Thurman said, visibly containing her anger and carefully choosing her words.
"So I've been waiting to feel less angry and when I am ready, I will say what I have to say".
Thurman has worked several times with Harvey Weinstein, who is facing almost 100 accusations of sexual impropriety, from harassment to sexual assault and rape, though he has denied the allegations.
The Kill Bill star spoke with Access Hollywood about the scandals during the October 18 screening for her new film The Parisian Woman. Meanwhile, Michelle Pfeiffer spoke with the BBC over the weekend, and while she says she's never worked with Weinstein, she notes she's had "some experiences" over her career.
The director said that that he first learned about the Hollywood power player's habit for harassment when his then-girlfriend Mira Sorvino told him she had an incident with Harvey. It's said that after complaints to both the producers of the movie and Quentin Tarantino, she was kicked off the "Kill Bill" promotional tour.
So it's understandable that a lot of people are interested to hear her opinion.
"It's one of those things your body has to adjust to. And it just really goes to show you how systemic the problem is".