The People vs. Larry Flynt
It was the early 1970s, the twilight of the sexual revolution in America, when a sex industry entrepreneur named Larry Flynt leveraged a small string of Ohio strip-clubs into the beginnings of a publishing empire. "Hustler" was a raw and raunchy magazine that pushed the limits of American tolerance. Its publisher, a grade-school dropout and Kentucky redneck, was nobody's hero, but circumstance would cast him as the era's last crusader. It was a role that brought Larry Flynt both ruin and glory. Flynt becomes the unlikely champion of the First Amendment when he takes his fight against the Rev. Jerry Falwell all the way to the Supreme Court. Though his life, both public and private, was a tale told to America in soundbites and headlines, behind the scenes raged a story less familiar but no less striking: a story encompassing love and loss, redemption and despair, madness and healing.
Woody Harrelson, Courtney Love, Edward Norton, Brett Harrelson, Donna Hanover, James Cromwell, Crispin Glover, Vincent Schiavelli, Miles Chapin, James Carville, Richard Paul, Burt Neuborne, Jan Triska, Cody Block, Ryan Post, Kacky Walton, Kathleen Kane-MacGowan, Greg Roberson, Jim Peck, Mike Pniewski, Tim Parati, Rick Rogers, Dan Lenzini, David Compton, Gary Lowery, Stephen Dupree, Nancy Lea Owen, John Fergus Ryan, Larry Flynt, Janie Paris, Mac Pirkle, Mark W Johnson, Aurelia Thiérrée, Scott William Winters, D'Army Bailey, Andy Stahl, David Dwyer, Gerry Robert Byrne, Evans Donnell, Jay Adams, Bennett Wood, James Smith, Lisa Lax, Susan Howe, Michael Davis, Ann Marie Hall, Nate Bynum, Norm MacDonald, Jeff Johnson, Jim Palmer, Gene Lyons, Jim Hild, Michael Klastorin, John P Ryan, Davis Roberts