Film distributor The Orchard announced Friday that it would no longer release Louis C.K.’s “I Love You, Daddy” after the comedian admitted to masturbating in front of five women. But can the distribution company, which paid $5 million for the rights at the Toronto International Film Festival, get its money back?TheWrap spoke to two entertainment lawyers and one financial analyst to see whether The Orchard will have to take a loss or whether C.K. might have to reimburse the company for its investment. It would be a big financial loss for an independent distributor like The Orchard.
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NOVEMBER 04, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - INTERNATIONAL LUXURY DISTRIBUTORS CORP
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