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Untouchable (2019)

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A look at the rise and fall of disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein featuring interviews with former colleagues and those who accused him of sexual misconduct.

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Ursula Macfarlane
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Credited cast:
Rosanna Arquette ... Herself
Hope Exiner D'Amore Hope Exiner D'Amore ... Herself
Paz de la Huerta ... Herself (as Paz De La Huerta)
Caitlin Dulany ... Herself
Ronan Farrow ... Himself
Louise Godbold Louise Godbold ... Herself
Nannette Klatt Nannette Klatt ... Herself
Erika Rosenbaum ... Herself
John Schmidt John Schmidt ... Himself
Harvey Weinstein ... Himself (archive footage)
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A look at the rise and fall of disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein featuring interviews with former colleagues and those who accused him of sexual misconduct.

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20 June 2019 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

L'intouchable (Harvey Weinstein) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Sex, lies and celluloid reels
22 June 2019 | by rubenmSee all my reviews

We know the facts about Harvey Weinstein. We've read them in the papers or heard about them in the news. What this documentary adds, is the story behind the facts. The incredible story about how this man was able to get away with so much misbehaviour for such a long period. The film shows how his power, his success, and his personality made him get away with anything. It made him, yes, untouchable. A big part of the documentary consists of Weinstein's victims talking to the camera about their unfortunate experiences. Not only actresses, but also a journalist who was physically threatened and verbally abused by Weinstein, as well as several staff members of Miramax. The personal accounts are powerful, at some moments the actresses are visibly very emotional. Director Ursula Mcfarlane does a very good job capturing the distress and damage Weinstein has caused them. The contrast with the archive footage of Weinstein laughing, partying and celebrating is striking. One fragment of the documentary struck me in particular: people in popular TV shows openly joking about Weinsteins reputation with women, and referring to the rumours that apparently were common knowledge in Hollywood. 'Untouchable' is a devastating film for Weinstein, but the good thing is that it ends with a positive message. After the disclosure of his misconduct, the world has become a different place, without any tolerance for misogyny or gender related power abuse.


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