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In addition to considering the juxtaposition of visual "truth" and audio
"lies", the list might care to consider the differences between the
perception of events as they are experienced and events as they are viewed
by "history". In The Devil's Disciple" (1959),Laurence Olivier, as
"Gentlemanly Johnny" Burgoyne declaims that "History will tell lies" about
the true reasons for his defeat at Saratoga.Braveheart (1995) suggests that
the English hero king, Edward III was the child of William Wallace and
Queen Isabella.The Caine Mutiny (1954) contrasts the vagaries of Captain
Queeg's personality as experienced by the crew in real time and as
reconstructed by the court-martial.
 
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