Nicole Kidman told a House Foreign Affairs subcommitte in Washington on Wednesday that the film industry has “probably” played a bad role in its depiction of violence against women, according to the Associated Press. Kidman was appearing before the subcommittee in her role as a goodwill ambassador for the U.N. Development Fund for Women to promote the International Violence Against Women Act.
Oct 22 2009 05:57 AM ET
Nicole Kidman testifies on movie violence
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