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Shakespare in Love - A Very Early Death for Kit Marlowe
This film is allegedly set in 1583, well... it's worth knowing that Kit Marlowe didn't die until 1593! The man had a short enough life without making it any shorter!
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Anonymous on 05-08-2000
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Kate writes:
The film was for entertainment, not a history lesson. But it's interesting to learn about any mistakes they make.
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Jess writes:
Who ever said that this film was meant to be historically correct?
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Erica writes:
I'm sorry Jess, but logic dictates that the film would be historically correct. This is a good slip-up.
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lisa writes:
Yeah, in fact, most of the story in completely fictional as far as the plot goes. Yes, the historical facts surrounding the story are as accurate as possible to help build up the atmosphere, but that's about as good as it gets. Tom Stoppard is not the kind of guy that would make this kind of mistake, that he would miss but his audience would notice.
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sash writes:
Do you guys really think Tom Stoppard would make historical errors in a film about his favourite subject...Shakespeare...no. Sorry guys it's called artistic license. In fact there is very little about this film that is historically correct.
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