Charlie, Jess, Daniel and Chris discuss the week's films, and discuss how to deal with cinematic classics when key crew members such as Harvey Weinstein, Woody Allen or Roman Polanski are involved in their creation.

Loving Vincent
The Ornithologist

▸ Mudbound
Den Of Thieves

▸ Over the last few weeks, the foundations of Hollywood have been rocked with the industry’s worst-kept secret finally being exposed - Harvey Weinstein’s reign as the most powerful and prolific producer has come to an end, as has his reign of sexual aggression and intimidation. As the voice of more and more actors lend themselves to this revolution, Weinstein’s name isn’t the only one burning in the flames. These are bad people whose careers and reputations are now ruined - but what of their legacies? These men have undoubtedly done great work over the years, but can we now look at ‘Pulp Fiction’ the same way? Or ‘Shakespeare In Love’? or ‘Lion’, for that matter? And what about those who came before and will come after Harvey Weinstein?

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