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I don't know why viewers continue to cut down movies, writers and directors just because they take liberty with the facts. Hollywood does what it does to keep the action going and to make films interesting.
How in the world do the previous reviewers know the facts? Most of them probably were children when Deep Throat occurred and have read and retained only stories about Felt that matched their own interpretations.
Give Landesman a chance. Felt was the subject, Felt was one of the writers, Felt was the consultant. Only someone who was part of the actual situation is privileged to give his own interpretation.
Face it, naysayers, interpretation is what life is all about, and we all need to just watch and see movies as another interpretation. Don't jump on the cast and director just because you don't like the interpretation.
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