No news has rocked Hollywood harder this fall than the sexual harassment and sexual assault allegations aimed at film producer Harvey Weinstein. The controversy surrounding him has ignited a firestorm of similar revelations involving powerful men in front of and behind the camera. In the midst of the continuing drama, Snobs On Film raises a question no one seems to be in a hurry to answer: In Hollywood, where is the line that divides the forgivable from the unforgivable? What separates the pariahs from those simply put on A-list parole? And how the hell is Mel Gibson still making movies?
- From Aggressive Overtures to Sexual Assault: Harvey Weinstein’s Accusers Tell Their Stories — by Ronan Farrow, The New Yorker, October 23, 2017
- ‘I’m No Longer Afraid’: 35 Women Tell Their Stories About Being Assaulted by Bill Cosby, and the Culture That Wouldn’t Listen — by Noreen Malone and Amanda Demme, New York Magazine, July 26, 2015
- R. Kelly is the subject of new round of sexual misconduct allegations — by Randy Lewis, Los Angeles Times, July 17, 2017
- Mel Gibson Is Unworthy of a 'Comeback,' But He's Getting One Anyway — by Madeleine Davies, Jezebel [dot] com, March 1, 2017
- Rose McGowan apologizes for 'N-word' tweet: 'I hear you' — Fox News [dot] com, October 18, 2017
- Louis C.K. Responds to Accusations: ‘These Stories Are True’ — New York Times, November 10, 2017