Historical accuracy

[Post New]by Rosekween1 on Jul 13, 15 8:44 AM
FYI -
This was a very interesting game (other than the tech problem I'm having at the end of the game). However, this game appears to be set in 1930-1940 Hollywood and by 1933 or so the film industry in the US (mainly Hollywood) instituted a strict morals code.

In the first place, Morton Wolf would have had to pay a very high price for destroying his mistress' mind and for not acknowledging his "love child".

Secondly, once the daughter came forward, Morton's two other children would not have set out to destroy her. The "code" would have caused the screenwriters to write a much more positive result: she would have been welcomed, Morton would have then had to pay for his indiscretions and there would have been "happy ever after" ending.

That ending may not have been as exciting but it would have been "moral".

Edited on 07/13/2015 at 8:45:17 AM PST


 
 
 
 
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