11 Events That Weren’t True in Based-on-a-True-Story Movies
3 African American women Katherine, Dorothy, and Mary make mathematical calculations for NASA. The girls were discriminated against on racial and gender grounds.
- Even if we don’t pay attention to the technical problems, such as the impossible construction of the spaceships and the calculation mistakes, there are still many changes. In fact, the department where the main characters worked was closed at the end of the 1950s. The structure of NASA was simplified in the movie and the time period was reduced.
- The director exaggerated the racial discrimination that the characters had to deal with. In fact, one of the characters, Mary, didn’t have to go to court to have the right to get a special education. In fact, Mary only needed special permission from the Mayor. The real characters didn’t experience any racial discrimination at work — they talked about this a lot in their interviews.
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