re: Feud - Capote - Swans - Robbins - Bacall - Tallulah
Posted by: portenopete 11:38 am EST 02/13/24
In reply to: re: Feud - Capote - Swans - Robbins - Bacall - Tallulah - WaymanWong 02:53 am EST 02/13/24

The more extreme diversions from the historical record are understandable: the Maysles filming the B&W Ball, the public screaming tirade from Ann Woodward: they make for good TV and provide foundational support to the storytelling.

But the casual mentions of the Paris or 60 Minutes seem to be an attempt at historical accuracy for historical accuracy's sake, so if they're wrong I just wonder what's the point?
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