Quentin Tarantino in the #MeToo moment and Gloria Allred’s new documentary.

Gloria Allred on Her Polarizing Public Persona and Fighting for Change in the #MeToo Era

Gloria Allred on Her Polarizing Public Persona and Fighting for Change in the #MeToo Era

Shining light on the overshadowed in TV and film.
Feb. 9 2018 4:16 PM

Thinking About #MeToo Through Quentin Tarantino and Gloria Allred

Two Tarantino fans wrestle with his films’ handling of gender and race. Then, an interview with Marta Kauffman and Gloria Allred about their new documentary.

Women's rights attorney Gloria Allred poses for a portrait session at her office on February 8, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.
Women’s rights attorney Gloria Allred

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On this episode of Represent, Aisha Harris talks to women's rights attorney Gloria Allred and film producer Marta Kauffman about their new Netflix documentary Seeing Allred, advocating for women’s and minority rights, and Allred’s fraught relationship with the media. Also, in the wake of the current re-examination of Quentin Tarantino and his filmmaking style, Aisha and film critic Candice Frederick discuss what it’s like to be women who love Tarantino movies.

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Aisha Harris is a Slate culture writer and host of the Slate podcast Represent.