Matt Damon to play physician who claimed to treatment impotence with goat testicles

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Based on Start.Motion pictures.Loss of life., Matt Damon has signed on to star in Charlatan, a film a couple of man named John Romulus Brinkley who claimed to be a physician within the early 1900s and ended up killing numerous folks together with his fraudulent—but oddly crowd-pleasing—medical recommendation. As spoiled by the headline up there, his large declare to fame was inventing a treatment for male impotence that concerned inserting goat testicles into people, presumably so they might soak up the entire extra goat vitality into their human genitals. Sadly, a bunch of individuals ended up dying from his operations and he misplaced his medical license (which wasn’t actual to start with), however not earlier than he may get wealthy and attempt to turn out to be a politician. He later misplaced all of his cash to malpractice and wrongful demise fits, so all of it labored out.

Again to the film, it’s based mostly on Pope Brock ebook Charlatan: America’s Most Harmful Huckster, The Man Who Pursued Him, And The Age Of Flimflam, and the script is coming from Ocean’s 13 writers Brian Koppelman and David Levien. No director is connected but.

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