So, check it:
The machine keeps wanting me to watch "Genius," "chronicling the complex relationship between famed literary editor Max Perkins and the eccentric novelist Thomas Wolfe."
All this suggestion does is make me yearn for a film "chronicling famed Random House editor Toni Morrison and her work with groundbreaking writers like Gayl Jones, Toni Cade Bambara, Angela Davis, June Jordan, Quincy Troupe, Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, Léopold-Sédar Senghor, and so many more. I'd even be good with a film looking at the black, single, women writers community they had in NYC where folks like Morrison, Jordan, Sonia Sanchez, and others would help watch each other's kids so they could have time to write.
But no, machine, you're right. Another film entrenching white male "genius" is totally what I need in my life. Carry on.