Quote Originally Posted by Colin Corneau View Post
I read the article twice and still can't figure out why you or anyone else would even bring up the word "offended"....
Then your answer is no, we should not be offended. I see the tone, however subtle or mild, and as I mentioned above, as if posturing it as a painting is better because a photograph just cannot do it justice or is not as good.

What exactly do you think he meant buy "Anytime you watch a movie based on a true story, "you have to think of it as a painting not a photograph," Sorkin said."? Why cannot a movie based on a true story be accurately portrayed or thought of as a photograph?

Maybe "offended" is too strong a word, but somehow I feel it's saying paintings are better than photographs.