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A New Site Called “Rotten Apples” Tells You How Many Alleged Abusers Are Connected to any Film

A New Site Called "Rotten Apples" Tells You How Many Alleged Abusers Are Connected to any Film

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Hollywood’s ongoing series of high-profile sexual harassment and sexual assault revelations has likely been the defining entertainment story of 2017, and at times it’s difficult for any fan of cinema to know what the hell they can possibly do about it. With figures such as Harvey Weinstein or actors such as Kevin Spacey so connected to the legacy of cinema in recent decades, which pieces of art can one still enjoy without feeling like some kind of taint has infected it?

A new website called “Rotten Apples,” a rather obvious Rotten Tomatoes double entendre, seeks to at least give viewers some tools when having these discussions. The simple site functions as what is more or less a film abuse search engine—you just enter the name of any given movie, and the site tells you how many, if any, alleged abusers past and present are connected to it. For instance, […]

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