The debate went on (for a few days, I think) until Johan came with the fact that the scene was not real. It was Zmuda who did Clifton. Of course, making an open ending (a smart choice made by Milos Forman and the scriptwriters) strengthening Kaufman’s character as pictured in the whole movie.
So it was a bit of turn off.
I was reminded of that experience after watching Into the Wild yesterday. It was a great movie. I adore Sean Penn and I fell in love with Chris. And then of course, as any
Well, it’s not exactly a turn off, but there’s surely a controversy. Or I’d better say, the other side of the story.
So I’ve been thinking, is it really a good idea to check the facts regarding a biopic, or movies based on true story in general? Sometimes it can really spoil the movie. I really can’t remember any movie at this moment, but I was sure I had had been disappointed, knowing the truth, after really excited about a movie. Too much information not always a bless.