HBO new documentary “The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley,” based on fraudster Elizabeth Holmes, who formed her multi-billion-dollar healthcare company entitled “Theranos” at her age of 19.
HBO picked up Holmes’ life involves multiple bad acts or frauds and filmed an American documentary film that airs on March 18, 2019. It was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2019, is directed by directed and produced by Alex Gibney.
The Inventor depicts how Elizabeth Holmes became a billionaire at a young age making money creating company Theranos. It is reported to be that this bio-documentary is filmed in short time actually based on the John Carreyrou’s book “Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup,”
Carreyrou of the Wall Street Journal had been on the weeks-long investigation of Holmes fraud company Theranos. The trailer of Inventor shows details of her daring and bad acts.
In this film, viewers will be learning how the 35-year-old woman from Washington DC founded her privately established health technology corporation but with negative plans. She served the company as CEO.
Theranos had been initially publicized as a breakthrough technology brand, which later on discovered notorious for its false claims to have devised blood tests.
It had been announced in May 2018 that a documentary based on the darkest era of Holmes’ life will be directed by Alex Gibney, while along with Gibney, Erin Edeiken and Jessie Deeter will have produced the film.
However, The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley comes under the banners of Jigsaw Productions and HBO Documentary Films.
Holmes turn down emerged after a series of journalistic and regulatory investigations revealed doubts regarding the company’s technology claims. She created Theranos in 2015 and had apparently given the wrong impression investors and the government.
By a federal grand jury in June 2018, Holmes was charged with nine counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud for distributing blood tests with untrustworthy results to consumers.