I would love to read a book or watch a movie that contains an accounting of Harvey Weinstein's life and business in Hollywood since he founded Miramax with his brother Bob. I find the man to be distasteful, and his disrespect for filmmakers that aren't massive, well-known names is legendary. If you have to ask, just look up any of the thousand times he's mandated someone's film be re-edited and then look up how many times such an endeavor proved useful. This is a fairly awful trailer, so it'll be interesting to see if that translates to the movie. It's also weird because most of the trailer seems to be a lot of famous/important people praising his name, while the narrator tries to inject this maverick spirit to the film that is absolutely present nowhere else.
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