Aaron Sorkin, screenwriter biopic “Steve jobs”, apologized to the head of Apple Tim cook, calling him hypocritical. Comment Sorkin voiced in an interview with E! News.
“You know, I think that Tim cook and I have gone too far,’ said the writer. And I apologize to Tim cook. Hope he will get acquainted with the movie and will enjoy watching and I enjoy his products.”
On the eve of the writer of the biography of the founder of Apple, the premiere of which is scheduled in Russia on December 31, has accused Apple CEO Tim cook in hypocrisy. He answered the cook saying about the fact that movies about Jobs are opportunistic.
“First, no one was doing this movie to get rich. Second, Tim cook should see this film before making any conclusions. Thirdly, if you have a plant in China, where a crowd of children gathers smartphones for 17 cents an hour, you need to have great audacity to call someone opportunistic,” said Sorkin in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Biopic “Steve jobs”, an indoor whose premiere took place at the film festival Telluride Film received positive reviews from journalists. Chief film critic of the publication Variety called the tape a must-see because of the originality of the plot, showing the important stages in the life of the inventor of the iPhone. He believes that Steve jobs would have liked the Director’s approach to filming.
The Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak after watching the movie didn’t doubt the veracity of the picture. “I was then invited to the end of the material and still the feelings were such that I see real people and not actors who perform their roles. And in this first merit Boyle and Sorkin,” said he.