With Hollywood nonetheless getting rocked by the fallout from the New York Instances and New Yorker tales about Harvey Weinstein’s lengthy historical past of alleged harassment, Björk has come ahead with a narrative of her personal a couple of completely different man within the film business who abused his energy. Björk laid all of it out in a Fb publish immediately, and whereas she doesn’t identify the person, she does say that he’s “a Danish movie director.” Within the publish, Björk explains that the variations between her profitable music profession and her standing within the appearing world had been instantly evident, saying her “humiliation and position as a lesser sexually harassed being was the norm” among the many unnamed director and the “employees of dozens” who enabled and inspired his habits.
Björk says she rejected the director’s advances repeatedly, so he “sulked and punished” her whereas convincing the crew that she was tough to work with. As a result of she had “no ambitions within the appearing world” and will depend upon her personal “nice group,” Björk says she was capable of merely stroll away from the ordeal and ultimately get well from it, however she worries that “different actresses working with the identical man didn’t.” Björk additionally claims that the subsequent film this director made was about his expertise together with her, presumably as a result of she was the primary particular person to face as much as him. She additionally thinks he has had “a extra truthful and significant relationship” together with his actresses since then.
As Selection notes, Björk has solely appeared in two movies: Kietzchka Keene’s The Juniper Tree in 1990 and Lars Von Trier’s Dancer In The Darkish in 2000. Björk and Von Trier had “clashes” throughout filming based on an previous Guardian report, however some folks engaged on the film recommended that their disagreements had been “deeper than that.”