From: hector <>
Subject: Re: Did California pay for Tarantino's latest movie?
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Subject: Re: Did California pay for Tarantinos latest movie?
Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2017 23:02:49 +1100
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On 5/12/2017 2:03 AM, wrote:
> On Monday, December 4, 2017 at 8:23:14 AM UTC-5, hector wrote:
>> On 4/12/2017 7:09 PM, RichA wrote:
>>> An $18M tax credit?
>> The series Aquarius will come across as an accurate documentary compared
>> to what Tarantino will fabricate.
> "The director has told media outlets that it’s not a biopic, but is an ensemble film set during
the tumultuous time period."

It can go ensemble it's way to fuck off.  More like 'inspired by the 
tumultuous time period'.
'It's not a documentary' but it's too false to bear watching anyway.