Two-time Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan (promising woman, education) e Zoe Kazan (Series The Conspiracy Against America, The Big Patient – Marriage Can Be Avoided… Love Cannot) Heroes Me tooAnd the They play New York Times reporters Megan Twohy and Judy Kantor, who together tell one of the most important stories in a generation. A story that broke decades of silence on the subject of sexual assault in Hollywood and changed American culture forever. Me too It is directed by Emmy Award winner Maria Schrader (Unconventional Series) and written by Rebecca Linkowitz, screenwriter of the Academy Award winning Ida.
From the Academy Award winning producers 12 years a slaveAnd the moon lightAnd the MinariesSelma, The Big Short, and From the Academy Award-nominated producer of Zero Dark Thirty and American Hustle, the film is based on a New York Times investigation by Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohy, and Rebecca Corbett and the New York Times bestseller “She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Spark the Mobility Written by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohy.
A testament to the power of investigative journalism, Me Too chronicles the journey of reporters and editors engaged in a relentless search for the truth and highlights the courage of those who survived and those who chose to step forward to stop a serial predator. Together, their commitment and fortitude sparked a national conversation, helped revive the #MeToo movement, and sparked reflection on the system that made it possible.
Me too He also sees an Oscar nominee in the cast Patricia Clarkson (Shutter Island, April Cut), from an Emmy Award Winner Andre Braugher (Murderer, Thief), from the Tony Award winner Jennifer Ahle (Zero Dark Thirty, Pride and Prejudice) and an Oscar nominee Samantha Morton (Minority Report, In America – The Dream That Wasn’t).
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