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What's the point of writing a novel about a violent woman who was raped in the era of #MeToo? Tamblyn declares life and lifestyle
We discuss the 35-year-old's first novel, Any Man, in a sun-drenched Brooklyn pub. Tamblyn, a writer, actress and campaigner (she appeared in The Ring and The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants and as the main heroine in the TV show Joan of Arcadia), written most of the novel while she was with her firstborn.
One cannot speak of a new novel that explores sex assaults without looking through the lenses of #MeToo, especially when the writer made a wave last year after he accused Oscar-nominated actress James Woods of taking advantage of her when she was 16 (Woods disputes the accusations). He is also one of the founding members of Time's Up, an organization founded earlier this year to combat sex harrassment in the movie in-game.
Tamblyn says she has never been abused "in any way", but she knows what it is like to be a subject of sex-village. To be a lady means to show the right kind of emotion: smile on call, politeness, internalization of wrath.
This rage has spread in popular music. As I read Any Man, I was recalled by Dietland, a best-selling novel by Sarai Walker that was recently transformed into a TV show in which a shady female vigilant group known only as "Jennifer" kills thieves. It' s difficult to speak of accomplices without talking about Tamblyns spouse, the comic David Cross, who is playing Tobias Fünke in the satcom ADR.
A New York Times broadcast was delayed in May with the occupation of Arrested Development as a worrying example of how accomplices work. Jessica Walter (who is playing Lucille Bluth) was tearful about how Tambor had shouted at her on the film.
The force of objectivation; the corporeal and mental force of the attack; the force of non-belief.