NRC – four stars
“sHe said It can be summed up in one picture. Halfway through the movie it comes off as a nightmare. During a seemingly endless montage of near-identical deserted hotel corridors, the real recording that model Ambra Patilana Gutierrez made for Harvey Weinstein in 2015 can be heard. She had filed a report the day before after the film’s producer made unwanted sexual advances, and she agreed to A second meeting, tagged by the police and protected by undercover agents nearby.”
Maria Schrader’s film faithfully and thoroughly reconstructs The New York TimesResearch article Harvey Weinstein has pushed accusers of sexual harassment for decades by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey that was published on October 5, 2017 and would eventually lead to Weinstein’s arrest, expose dozens of other cases, and spark what has come to be called the MeToo. their book She said (2019) The basis of the film.
Sincere – four stars
Comments like “The silence was the worst,” “Why is sexual assault so widespread and taboo?” and “If this happens to Hollywood actresses, who else?” Come on in a movie that has a commercial tone very much like that of a documentary.
Would MeToo change anything? Film producer Brad Pitt has had relationships with women — Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie — since the 1990s — who brought home stories of sexual assault from Weinstein. He didn’t stop Pitt from working with the man. He probably wants to. She said straighten something. Nice, but it’s a little late.”
“Unable to type with boxing gloves on. Freelance organizer. Avid analyst. Friendly troublemaker. Bacon junkie.”