In the primary trailer for the explosive #MeToo documentary “On The Record,” Drew Dixon talks about how she discovered the energy to publicly accuse hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons of sexual assault and the way enduring that assault made her really feel like she was “reduced to nothing.”
“I didn’t say anything about what happened with Russell. He just grabbed me. He just grabbed me. And on saying no, I was reduced to nothing in that moment,” Dixon says within the trailer. “Nothing about anything that makes me who I am mattered.”
“On The Record” is the newest movie directed and produced by Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, who introduced you “The Hunting Ground” and “The Invisible War.” And their movie follows Dixon and accusers Sil Lai Abrams and Sheri Sher as they recount their time at Def Jam Records and the emotional wrestle they went by in selecting to talk to the New York Times, which initially reported Dixon’s accusations.
The trailer for the documentary additionally reveals how Dixon felt like she may very well be betraying the black group by talking out towards Simmons, and it examines how black ladies particularly have typically been silenced within the #MeToo dialog.
“On The Record” first premiered on the Sundance Film Festival, however not earlier than turning into a sizzling button movie within the press. “On The Record” was initially meant to premiere as an Apple TV+ unique as offered by govt producer Oprah Winfrey. But Winfrey selected to tug her title from the undertaking after it was introduced to premiere at Sundance, saying that though she believed the ladies within the documentary, she felt new data had surfaced and people points wouldn’t be capable to be addressed in time earlier than the film was set to premiere.
Ultimately HBO Max scooped up the movie, and it’ll now debut on the upcoming streaming service on May 27.
“On The Record” is produced by Dick and Ziering’s Jane Doe Films with Dan Cogan, Geralyn Dreyfous and Jenny Raskin for Impact Partners, Regina Okay Scully for Artemis Rising, Ian Darling for Shark Island Institute and Abigail Disney for Level Forward serving as govt producers. The artistic crew contains producers Jamie Rogers and Amy Herdy.
Watch the primary trailer above.
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