You know what?
Missing from that self fellating article that this artist wrote about himself where he basically said he is a victim and misunderstood and that critics suck is that he is an awful human being.
Well, let me tell you a different set of facts.
You had a child star doing what was really her first transition to being an actress as a career. She had always been on the edge and figured this was a good place to start.
My feeling about this film in relation to her is that it changed how she saw acting and Hollywood and has affected her for two decades.
At the beginning she was this loving person who was full of life and after the film was over, she was 180 from that.
He treated her like crap.
He verbally abused her.
He threatened her everyday to fire her if she ate any food.
He would scream at her because she wouldn’t sleep with him.
Even after the movie ended, he would call her and scream at her.
When he was editing the movie he would call and yell at her and tell her to lose more weight.
I feel like he scarred her for life.
Movie: Buffalo ’66
Vincent Gallo thinks he’s a victim of Harvey Weinstein
Vincent Gallo seems to believe that some of Harvey Weinstein’s accusers weren’t victims.
“I was close to Asia Argento, but we were never engaged,” the 46-year-old wrote Thursday in a bizarre stream-of-consciousness open letter in AnotherMan. “I do remember though threatening Harvey Weinstein for what Asia claimed he did to her.”
Argento, 42, previously accused Weinstein of sexual assaulting her when she was 21.
The actor-director then insinuated that he was the real victim in the scenario.
“That created a real enemy in Harvey who certainly went out of his way to marginalize my work and my opportunities as much as he could. By calling him out then I was his enemy and no one from the press would repeat any of my claims against him,” he alleged. “My clash with him was costly to me in a real way.”
“Naturally, it felt bad when, instead of speaking out along with me, Asia then denied and changed her story and went on to work with him, carry on a personal relationship with him, and repeat additional things I said about him to further enrage him against me,” continued the writer-director of the critically reviled “Brown Bunny.” “Her appearance in recent press regarding Harvey is very uncomfortable for me.”
He added, “What if, instead of taking a $100,000 payoff to remain silent, Rose McGowan filed charges against Harvey Weinstein at the time of her incident? How many future incidents would she have prevented?”
McGowan, 44, accused Weinstein of raping her in 1997.- Read more here