In a recently published letter, The Weinstein Company employees say they had no indication the disgraced mogul was a serial abuser.
Stephen Silver is a journalist and film critic based in Philadelphia area. He was written for Screen Rant since 2015, with his work has also appeared at RogerEbert.com, Philly Voice, Tablet, and Splice Today. He is a Rotten Tomatoes-listed film critic and cofounder of the Philadelphia Film Critics Circle.
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