Dramatizations of real-life occasions proceed to rule the films and TV panorama in 2022, from true crime sequence like “Inventing Anna,” “The Dropout,” and “Monster: The Jeffery Dahmer Story,” to celeb biopics like “Blonde” and “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.” Many true crime tales have been criticized for the glorification of perpetrators at the expense of their victims, however “She Said,” the newest true crime film that tells the story of how New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey broke the story of Harvey Weinstein’s misconduct in Hollywood, avoids this sensationalized storytelling.

Directed by Maria Schrader and written by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, “She Said” is based totally on the memoir of the identical identify and co-written by Kantor and Twohey, who should not solely the main characters in the film, however had been additionally used closely for inspiration by the actors who play them, Zoe Kazan and Carey Mulligan.

When it involves many years of sexual assault allegations, company-wide misconduct, information of abusive energy in Hollywood swept below the rug, and the moral practices of journalists to uncover all of it, some questions come up about which particulars in the film are fact-based. According to an interview with The Los Angeles Times

, Lenkiewicz estimates about 95% of the story is true to life, although she took “tiny liberties” for the sake of dramatic influence, saying “listening to a telephone name is extra thrilling than studying an electronic mail. It’s the reality, only a bit extra animated.”

Ahead is a breakdown of what is true to life in “She Said,” and what’s not fairly correct.

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