Crime Seen | Episode 48: She Said
Crime Seen is a true crime review podcast that gets to the heart of how true crime stories are told. Join Mari Forth @MariTalks2Much and Sarah Carradine @sarahcarradine as they put true crime properties under the magnifying glass. In this episode they examine the feature film SHE SAID. Watch it on Peacock in the US and Apple TV in Australia. Joining them is LaTonya Starks @lkstarks
The film follows New York Times investigative journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor as they uncover the many crimes of Harvey Weinstein. How many magnifying glasses out of 5 will our panel rate SHE SAID? Listen to find out. Or jump to the ratings at about 47.00
The film and this discussion deal, in part, with sexual assault. In Australia you can seek support for sexual assault, family and domestic violence at 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) or 1800respect.org.au In the US call the National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-4673 or www.rainn.org
Other media on the topic:
book: SHE SAID (Megan Twohey & Jodi Kantor, 2019)
documentary: UNTOUCHABLE (Ursula Macfarlane, 2019)Recommendations:
feature films: SPOTLIGHT (Tom McCarthy, 2015); ALL THE PRESIDENT”S MEN (Alan J Pakula, 1976); FROST/NIXON (Ron Howard, 2008); THE FRENCH DISPATCH (Wes Anderson, 2021)
tv series: THE NEWSROOM (2012-2014); POKER FACE (2023-)
You can jump to the recommendations at about 51.38
Two films about HUAC (House Un-American Committee):
GOODNIGHT AND GOOD LUCK (George Clooney, 2005)
THE FRONT (Martin Ritt, 1976)
Next time on Crime Seen: WHO KILLED ROBERT WONE with Matt Scott @MattScottGW – watch it on Peacock and send in your comments and questions.
Subscribe to the feed at RobHasAWebsite (dot) com (slash) crimefeed to get your true crime on Tuesdays.
You can follow the show @CrimeSeenRHAP on Twitter, @crime.seen on TikTok and @crimeseenpodcast on Instagram.
Send us your feedback and recommendations for future episodes by email to CrimeSeenRHAP (at) gmail (dot) com or by voice memo at speakpipe.com/CrimeSeenRHAP