I recently watched Elizabeth Taylor’s “Cleopatra”.

My analog comes from watching “The Imitation Game” and then reading “Alan Turing: The Enigma” by Andrew Hodges, upon which the makers of the film allege to have based their work. I find this claim to be true only in the way that a chicken is genetically based on a Tyrannosaurus.

As for your thoughts on the “factual-accuracy-o-meter,” I propose the creation of a “rabbit hole” function that pops up on screen amid the fog, allowing viewers to click and then wander away from the film into legitimate source materials on the events and people being presented.

Unless you were suggesting that your Wikipedia page literally turned into a rabbit hole, in which case this may have more to do with the drugs you took to recover from your knee surgery.

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