Thanking Harvey Weinstein… The Reaction?
Harvey Weinstein to get same treatment as Woody Allen?
After The New York Times came out with an article about Harvey Weinstein’s 30-year spree of sexual harassment and assault, there are still people openly thanking the movie producer on social media for his work, particularly for movie projects that would otherwise may have had a hard time getting made.
Thanks #JayZ and #HarveyWeinstein for producing this. #KaliefBrowder I LOVE YOU MAN! ❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️ #instadocumentary #instamovie #documentaryfilm #instanetflix #instafilm
In this particular example, the gratitude is for Time: The Kalief Browder Story, a documentary that has as its executive producers not only Harvey Weinstein, but also Shawn “Jay Z” Carter and David Glasser. The production company? The Weinstein Company.
👉 This incredible spectacular beautiful man is on my all time list of #HEROS ▶️ I encourage you my friends, no, I’m sorry, I BEG YOU my friends to watch this absolutely stunning #documentary #film on #netflix. #TimeTheKaliefBrowderStory can make a heart made of stone cry. I won’t give anymore details, just PLEASE PLEASE watch it. 🙏🙏🙏
Time: The Kalief Browder Story recounts the story of a Bronx high school student who was imprisoned for three years, two of them in solitary confinement on Rikers Island without being convicted of a crime. He was accused at the age of 16 of stealing a backpack. His family was unable to afford his bail, which had been set at $3000.
The young man committed suicide two years later, in 2015. The six-episode American documentary television miniseries that broadcast on Spike beginning March 1, 2017.
How does society deal with industry notables like Woody Allen and Harvey Weinstein who have done what they’ve done?
How should their projects be viewed?