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10 movies that ruined the reputation of real people

The vein of biographical films – the so-called ‘biopics’ – and those generally inspired by real facts, have more than other cinematographic genres the duty to stick as closely as possible to the reality of …

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The vein of biographical films – the so-called ‘biopics’ – and those generally inspired by real facts, have more than other cinematographic genres the duty to stick as closely as possible to the reality of the facts.

From the start of production, works of this genre tacitly assume the responsibility of representing in a correct and faithful manner the human personalities and events at the center of the story. However, it often happens that in the course of the processing fairly clear deviations are made from the facts as they happened, either for artistic motivationsdramaturgy or for simple scriptwriting needs.

In this way, the negative characteristics and personal vicissitudes of some actually existing people portrayed in a film end up being exasperated more than necessary, with the result of damaging their reputations and providing the audience with a poor perception of the subjects involved.

In today’s selection, we bring you some of the most sensational cases of real people who have been portrayed in film in ways that are too fictional. Of the famous King Xerxes whom I saw in 300until the very small heroic first of Titanic William Murdoch seen in James Cameron’s mythical film, here is our gallery today entitled From 300 to Titanic: 10 films that ruined the reputation of real people.

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