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Scarlett Johansson’s Awful Defense of Woody Allen and SodaStream

Johansson doesn't offer the most convincing of defenses in either case.

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I don't get a chance to return to the subject of Under the Skin. The publicist ends the interview. But as a parable for celebrities' relations with us ordinary folk, the difference in our lives, and that tension between where the power truly lies – With them? With us? – it doesn't get more acute. There's even a masked man on a motorbike who goes around scooping up the bodies. I should know – one of them escorts me from the room.

Carole Cadwalladr grew up in Wales and is now a features writer for the Observer. Her first novel, The Family Tree, was published in 2006.

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