Have you ever been present for true events that were later turned into a movie? If so how accurate was it the film?

Have you ever been present for true events that were later turned into a movie? If so how accurate was it the film?

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  1. there is a B movie based on the life of Bindy Johal, a pretty big time OG from vancouver, British columbia from the 90’s. the Vancouver/surrey gang scene has always been pretty damn nuts and his life story is just as nuts. my sis was dating one of his main enforcers way back when so i got to hang out and see a lot of the stuff that was going on. the movie tones it down a lot, gangs and the warfare isn’t nearly as “romantic” as most movies make it out to be. i remember one time they had a hit on someone and in retaliation, one of his guys got hit walking to his car in the morning. gang warfare isn’t actual fighting or war, it’s mostly a series of being killed when you least expect it. it’s bad, and movies need to stop depicting it like you’re such a bad ass.

  2. I worked on parts for Daiichi Fukushima during its melt down in 2011. It was hit by an earthquake and tsunami. It has a fee movies made of it now

    [My award] (http://imgur.com/C1qeGAA)

    [Me] (http://imgur.com/EHl1cS1) working on one of the adapters.

    [Coins] (http://imgur.com/rLE8Vj4)
    [coins.] (http://imgur.com/a/LgI1M#wEsejPK)
    I received from the SECAF, 3 star General, and our base Commander for my work.

    [pictures of the process and it being used] (http://imgur.com/a/a7lla)

  3. I ran the Boston Marathon in 2013 and crossed the finish line within a few minutes of the bombs going off. It was one of the most stressful days of my life, as we had just seen our loved ones on the other side of the finish line cheering us in (they were thankfully unhurt).

    But I refuse to watch the movie about it so y’all will have to tell me if it’s worth reliving the trauma.

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