„New York Times” reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor published the story that started the #MeToo movement. Sexual harassment, abuse, blackmail and cover-ups by Harvey Weinstein, the head of Miramax and The Weinstein Company, went on for decades.
The movie, written by Rebecca Lenkiewicz and directed by Maria Schrader (it’s based on the book of the same title by Times reporters Jodie Kantor and Megan Twohey), accomplishes this by tapping into something that was always an essential part the Weinstein saga, but one I’ve never experienced as vividly as I did watching “She Said”: the pervasive, unfathomable fear that ruled Harvey Weinstein’s victims.
‘She Said’ Review: The Harvey Weinstein Scandal Becomes a Muckraking Newspaper Drama That Puts the Spotlight on Fear (variety.com)
Born 1965 in Hanover, German film, theatre and television actress, director, screenwriter and film producer. Winner of the Silver Bear for best actress at the Berlin IFF for her role in Aimée & Jaguar (1999). Her film I'm Your Man (2021) received a number of awards at international festivals and the German Film Awards for, among others, direction and screenplay.
1998 Żyrafa / Meschugge / The Giraffe (co-dir.)
2016 Pożegnanie z Europą / Vor der Morgenröte / Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe
2021 Jestem twój / I'm Your Man
2022 Jednym głosem / She Said