Five years after the revelations of the Harvey Weinstein affair, the trailer for the highly anticipated She Said has just been unveiled. If a documentary on the fall of the infamous producer has already seen the light of day in 2019 and feature films, such as The Assistant, have been freely inspired by this affair, this is the first film to bring to the screen the catalyst of the #MeToo movement by openly quoting Weinstein’s name. On October 5, 2017, the New York Times revealed the sexual misconduct of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, corroborated by the work of Ronan Farrow for the New Yorker. Two years later, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey published She Said, the gripping account of their long years of investigation that sparked the #MeToo movement. The Assistant, a powerful dive into the office des porcs du cinema This title with a double evocation, which translates both an assumed statement but also a doubt as to the veracity of the testimony, sums up the whole issue of their work. From the first rumors in search of witnesses, from their numerous exchanges with leading actresses and shadow workers to the confrontation with Weinstein, everything is told. This book, on the border between thriller and journalistic investigation, reports on the Herculean work that the two journalists, armed with infinite patience and unfailing determination, have accomplished to convince the victims to speak. capital investigation which revealed the Weinstein affair will be brought to the screenIt is this book which has been adapted for the cinema by the German Maria Schrader, the director of the Unorthodox series or of I’m Your Man (currently in theaters) and which will bring to the screen the script of Rebecca Lenkiewicz, who won the Oscar for Best Screenplay in 2015 for Ida, by Poland’s Paweł Pawlikowski. Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan play journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey. years in prison. He has since been incarcerated in California.