The feature documentary You’ve Been Trumped Too that Donald Trump attempted to suppress will be released worldwide on demand from 18th August on iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, Journeyman VOD and Vimeo - after being held back by legal threats for four years.
Journeyman Pictures has clinched worldwide rights to You've Been Trumped Too and plans to reach as many viewers as possible ahead of Donald Trump’s second bid for the White House in November.
You've Been Trumped Too explores the deeply troubling confrontation between Mr Trump and Molly Forbes - a 96-year-old Scottish widow who the billionaire says reminds him of his own Scottish mother.
"There could not be a more important film than this," wrote Peter Bradshaw in The Guardian. Yet despite overwhelmingly positive reviews, the film was shut down indefinitely following legal threats from the Trump Organization.
Filmmaker Anthony Baxter was arrested and thrown in jail when he first discovered the water supply to Molly and her family had been cut off by Donald Trump's workers while constructing a luxury golf resort near Aberdeen. The charges were thrown out and the police forced to issue an apology. However, in You've Been Trumped Too, Baxter is astounded to learn Molly and her son Michael who Mr Trump branded 'a pig', is still without a reliable water supply half a decade on.
Called a "ticking time bomb" by IndieWire, You’ve Been Trumped Too is a remarkable document of the disconnect between political rhetoric and the lives of ordinary people. And a cautionary tale for those contemplating a second Trump Presidential term.