Uma Thurman Seethes with Anger Over Harassment in Hollywood

Uma Thurman didn’t say much about her take on sexual harassment in Hollywood … and she didn’t have to, because her body language did all the talking.

Thurman was doing press for “The Parisian Woman” in NYC when a reporter for Access Hollywood asked about the tidal wave of women coming forward to share their stories of harassment in the industry.

Thurman chooses her words extremely carefully, and says, “When I’ve spoken in anger I usually regret the way I express myself … so I’ve been waiting to feel less angry.”

Harvey Weinstein has been the producer on many of Thurman’s films, especially those directed by Quentin Tarantino, and it’s pretty clear the actress is dealing with a whirlwind of emotions from the scandal.