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Topic - Nastassja Kinski
Nastassja Kinski has praised her half-sister for going public with allegations that she was sexually abused as a child by their father, the late German actor Klaus Kinski.
Roman Polanski returned to the Cannes Film Festival, where he presented a short film sponsored by Prada.
Nastassja Kinski says that it's a "difficult moment" for her but she's proud that her half-sister found the strength to write the book.
She wrote: "My sister is a heroine, because she has freed her heart, her soul and also her future from the weight of the secret."