My Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys (2020)
My Truth (original title)
Not Rated | 1h 25min | Documentary | 10 March 2020 (USA)
Corey Feldman and director Brian Herzlinger take a hard look at Hollywood and present the case that Hollywood is an industry inundated with pedophiles. As an Ambassador for Child USA, Corey Feldman introduces the organization’s founder and CEO Marci Hamilton as they fight to change the statute of limitations in child sexual abuse cases. Corey Feldman speaks about his own childhood sexual abuse while a Hollywood teen idol, as well as the allegations made against those he and others, say abused the late actor Corey Haim. Though the movie looks at past abuse, the focus is on what can be done to protect children in Hollywood today and in the future.
I think that this doc was such a brave thing to do on Corey’s part. He threw big names out there that needed to be heard! Honestly I am so glad I didn’t become a child actor after hearing all the terrible things that were done! It’s quite sick and I’m so appalled at the hate towards this film and Feldman.
He was NOT trashing Haim’s name! He was telling the side of Haim’s story that Haim couldn’t tell! (Rest In Peace Haim)! I think that this film needs more attention on it. If things are going on in a business that is harmful to children things need done and fixed! CHILD PREDATORS NEED TO BE PUT IN PRISION!! Feldman is trying to make it known what happens and what happened to him!
I applaud you Feldman! Thank you so much for this film!!
Director: Brian Herzlinger
Stars: Dominick Brascia, Scott Carlson, Keith Coogan
Release Date: 10 March 2020 (USA)
Also Known As: (My) Truth