As it does every year, the 2017 Cannes Film Festival filled my social feeds with roundups of standout projects, praise for award-winning films and photos of regal looks from the red carpet. But one moment stood out from them all to me: Actress and Cannes jury member Jessica Chastain's speech in which she reflected on the disappointing representation of women in 20 films she watched during the festival, thus adding fuel to a fiery conversation about the depiction of women in media -- one that Millennials like myself have come to stand behind with a growing intensity.
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