Although she has a generally positive disposition, one cannot ignore her slight irritation at what she views as some of the unfair and slanted news coverage some media outlets have given the documentary.
Working on such subjects as Artie Shaw, Robert Bateman and even the Osbournes was no match for the tremendous press coverage her newest film has encountered. However, Berman has never been more proud and excited about a film's debut.
Hugh Hefner: Plaboy, Activist and Rebel offers one of the very first in-depth and authorized views of the inside of Hefner's media empire that goes beyond just the pretty faces, she says.
Berman promises a look at Hefner's other passions such as art, politics and the rebellious as well as the more gentler side of him that the public has never seen.In our audio interview with Berman, she explains her stance on the film, how it was put together and her response to those who have not given the film a fair chance. OFFICIAL MOVIE TRAILER
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