The Harvey Weinstein-focused documentary Untouchable premiered at Sundance earlier this year and has now found a home on Hulu along with a premiere date.
From Deadline, Untouchable will hit the streaming service starting Monday, Sep. 2. The site describes the film:
“A scathing look at how Weinstein built a powerful and intimidating empire in the context of the allegations of rape he now faces, the film explores the method and the collateral damage of his alleged abuses.”
Director Ursula Macfarlane begins her story by chronicling the rise of Miramax and ultimately The Weinstein Company. From there former Weinstein employees re-examine everything they thought they knew.
In addition to the bankruptcy of his once proud company, the former Hollywood mogul is facing multiple rape and criminal sex act charges and could wind up behind bars anywhere from 25 years to life.
What do you make of this news? Is Untouchable something you’re interested in checking out? Sound off in the comments below and let me know what you’re thinking!