Critic Consensus: While subsequent documentaries on the subject might be more comprehensive, Untouchable offers a gut-wrenching look at horrific abuses of power.
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Critic Reviews for Untouchable
The rise and fall of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has been given a lot of coverage, but this thoughtful, probing and revealing feature-length documentary directed by Ursula Macfarlane adds a constructive perspective to the allegations about him.
Almost every woman watching will understand. Some men will, too. If these films add to their number, maybe we can begin to change the world.
"Untouchable" features some less-than-effective filmmaking decisions, from an over-the-top ominous score to an overabundance of driving-through-the-city segues to some murky shots of hotel corridors.
Where Untouchable excels... is in capturing the complexities surrounding sexual assault.
A clarifying documentary like Untouchable is in order, because the cascade of allegations and headlines that have spilled forth since late 2017 has resulted in a mass forgetting of how this all started.
The repetitive nature of the testimonies does not make it any easier to hear them. Each is like a fresh pinch of salt being sifted onto a cut, one that refuses to scar over -- it's partially what gives this portrait of a monster its power.
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