Obviously, we don't really know what those people who are now hiring him thought of him at the time when the accusations surfaced - and he became a "public enemy."

Maybe you're right, and hypocrisy isn't the best word to use here. At the same time, I think that Hollywood (and the film business) in general can be very hypocritical and that's what I meant to emphasize with this piece.

This great article might explains better what I tried to say:

https://www.theguardian.com/film/2021/may/25/kevin-spacey-problem-uncancel-culture

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