Although the #Metoo movement has begun a conversation about abuse in Hollywood, we still have to see if any of these talks will continue to deliver substantial results in the coming days.
The Good Place actress Jameela Jamil has proclaimed this hypocrisy regarding the cast of actor Emile Hirsch in Quentin Tarantino's film Once upon a time in Hollywood . In 2015, Hirsch pleaded guilty to committing an offense after stifling Executive Director Daniele Bernfeld, for whom the actor was sentenced to 15 days in prison.
"Emile Hirsch strangled my little best friend until she fainted at a party in front of her dozens of witnesses at the Sundance Film Festival (and was convicted), but Tarantino has simply thrown him into a movie INTENSE case of rich white male privileges eh? Cool. Cool. Cool, "Jamil tweeted on Friday.
During the attack, which took place in 201
According to Jamil, Hirsch did not pay for Bernfeld's PTSD treatment, nor did he apologize to her.
Although details about Tarantino Once upon a time in Hollywood are scarce, the film will focus on the Manson family's 1969 murders. Hirsch was cast as Jay Sebring, who was killed next to Sharon Tate.