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Originally posted by bluestreak53
So I hope this is not a movie which is exploiting real unsolved disappearances in a crass way to publicize a Sci-Fi horror movie that has little or nothing to do with the actual town of Nome and its troubles.
[edit on 28-8-2009 by bluestreak53]
Originally posted by jiLmtown
untill we get to see more of the reported archival footage the movie is based on, it's kind of hard to make the call, isn't it?
people in that article are also complaining that the movie takes place in nome, but clearly isn't nome.
all films take some liberties.
that doesn't mean that the events depicted in the film didn't actually take place.
we know they didn't happen to mila jovovich - but we don't know what really happened to the woman they're interviewing in the trailer.
Originally posted by Tifozi
reply to post by bluestreak53
Why are you judging like that MOVIES? It's art, not law. They don't help anyone with their movies, they don't build houses or roads, or manage the health care or education.
It's just a movie, people need to look at it that way.
If they say "based on real events", well, it's normal people start debating that and search for the cases and things like that.
It's actually "healthy" that people try to find the truth about things like this, wether they choose the right path or version, or not.
Damn, even this forum is quoted and I didn't see any thread about this movie in here prior to its announcement.
[edit on 10/9/09 by Tifozi]