Kate Hudson stars in the new movie "Music", which was called by autism advocacy groups for her portrayal of a teenage girl on the spectrum, played by Maddie Ziegler.
During sit on "Jimmy Kimmel Live", Hudson, 41, responded to the backlash, saying she knew there should be more conversation around proper performance.
"But that's an important conversation to have, not just about this movie, but as a whole - about the performance."
“For me, when I hear that there is someone who feels excluded, I feel bad,” she continued.
“It's a permanent and important dialogue to have, on neurotypical actors representing neurodivergent characters. It's important to have people with experts who know how to engage in the conversation. I really encourage him. I think it's important to say that we are listening.
Hudson stars in the photo shot by Sia opposite Ziegler as her older sister, a former drug trafficker who finds herself in charge of her brother with special needs who communicates through a device that speaks for her and still listens to her. music through large headphones.
Sia has defended the film, but has also embarked on discussions on social networks with his detractors.