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We Need To Talk About Louis CK's Unreleased Movie: 'I Love You, Daddy'

Comedian and filmmaker Louis C.K. was accused of harassment by five women just weeks before his latest film, "I Love You, Daddy" was set to hit theaters in the fall of 2017. After watching the now impossible-to-find movie, Emily Jashinsky, Inez Stepman, and Madeline Osburn discuss why it's a movie our culture should see and discuss, especially in light of the #MeToo era. The movie addresses sexual politics and feminism in a way that is heavily ironic now that it will never be seen because of the way society is grappling with sexual politics.

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00:59:00 11/5/2018

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