Movies that fall under the variété like historical drama, traditional war movies and biopics are often criticized for taking liberty with the historical facts. They are really accused of bending the storyplot to dramatize events and make interesting movies. One among such movies is "Pearl Harbor", which was released within much criticism. With filmmakers taking such liberty considering the historical subject matters, it is actually both disrespectful and unforgivable. Due to such movies naive audiences go on to believe a fiction to be the fact, that is not a good thing. On the other hand there are films that fall under action and horror genres which are belittled for violent contents. Movie fans like Quentin Tarantino in Superstar and Anurag Kashyap in Bollywood have their respective explanation and logical explanations relating to such contents. Despite their very own reasonable explanations there is no question that the exposure to violence could potentially cause personality disorder in children and other receptive demographic. There exists proper processes of name and allotting category a movie goes through before its production to diminish such adverse effects. On the other hand their presence is only as nice as the implementation.
Actor: Paddy Considine, Jodie Whittaker, Anthony Welsh, Tony Pitts, Paul Popplewell
Company: Inflammable Films
Crew: Paddy Considine (Director), Paddy Considine (Writer), Laurie Rose (Director of Photography), Pia Di Ciaula (Editor), Shaheen Baig (Casting)
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