The film's rights were purchased for $5 million, and there was no mechanism for getting the money back from CK after the revelations about his past actions led to the release being cancelled. However, CK bought back the rights to the movie for $5 million a few weeks after the scandal broke. See more »
It's empowering for a woman to show a guy her tits and then slit his throat?
Would you rather he raped her?
I wish there was one other option.
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This movie explores gender dynamics in contemporary society in a refreshing unapologetic fashion. The truths and fallacies exposed in the movie are a bitter pill to swallow, but swallow you must. This movie is not meant to be liked by everyone, but I am glad I live in a world where this exists, albeit in a dirty corner for the deplorables.
The support cast including Pamela Adlon, Charlie Day, Edie Falco & John Malkovich all play their parts to the tee. The movie works on so many levels; the references to Woody Allen (B&W New York, the glasses), the awkward silences and cringe-worthy moments are just cinematic gold IMHO.
The Louis CK scandal is just the icing on the cake, which makes true life seem stranger than fiction. The only reason for the poor 6.1 rating is due to self-policing political correctness and radicalized feminist imperative that governs our modern psyche. I can only hope that the PC-brigade and femnazis don't push Louis out of Hollywood for good, because that would be a real shame and a crime.
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