“She Said” will represent Kantor and Twohey through the process of investigating the Weinstein scandal, as well as the events leading up to the publication of the article. According to Deadline, “The thrust of the film isn’t Weinstein or his scandal. It’s about an all-female team of journalists who persevered despite threats of litigation and intimidation, procedurally narrated as ‘Spotlight.’ and “All the President’s Men. ‘”
Looking at the book Good reading This page gives us a more in-depth look at the film’s source material. According to the book’s description, Twohey and Kantor spent months “in confidential discussions with prominent actresses, former Weinstein employees and other sources, learning of troubling long-buried allegations, some of which had been covered by onerous legal regulations “. The book also details the answer to their groundbreaking story – “a veritable Pandora’s box of sexual harassment and abuse has been opened” – and a movement has taken off.
Based on the synopsis provided by Deadline, we can certainly expect a significant portion of the film to focus on Kantor and Twohey’s investigative work and descriptions of the events leading up to the article’s publication. . But, based on Goodreads’ description, if the film sticks closely to the source material, we can probably expect some extra attention to the aftermath as Kantor and Twohey’s work grows into something much bigger. within the scope of the cultural landscape.
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