15 Jan 2017 11:49 AM EST
Natalie Portman is "not interested" in watching movies without female stars. The 'Black Swan' star is disappointed that there is a lack of movies in Hollywood that feature women in the leading roles and admits as an audience member that it is "really hard" to watch any films which don't feature many women. However, the 35-year-old actress appreciates that "desire is the language of cinema" and because of the uneven ratio of men to women filmmakers, it causes an imbalance of the stories shared. She added to The Sunday Times' Culture magazine: "It's hard because desire is the language of cinema.
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