Movies have become their own form of justice, even when they don’t make it to the screen

Movies have become their own form of justice, even when they don’t make it to the screen

In the absence of any satisfying form of private or public accountability, it’s been left to the audience to sift through conflicting stories, argue about whom to believe and why, make categorical decisions about never seeing that man’s movies again or separate the art from the artist to the point of cognitive dissonance.

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