Roman Polanski discusses impact of his 1977 sex crime conviction

Director Roman Polanski attends a news conference for the film "La Venus a la Fourrure" during the 66th Cannes Film FestivalLOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Director Roman Polanski, in a rare interview published on Thursday, shares his frustrations and feelings about being the object of hatred due to a complicated legal case stemming from a sex crime more than 30 years ago. Polanski, 80, the Polish-French director of films such as "Rosemary's Baby" and 2002's Oscar-winning "The Pianist," pleaded guilty in 1977 to having sex with 13-year-old Samantha Geimer during a photoshoot, fueled by champagne and drugs. …