Steve Jobs: Reality is Flexible
by Bobby Burns
In this video essay, Bobby Burns analyzes fact and fiction in Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs (2015), demonstrating how screenwriter Aaron Sorkin shifted around the timing of actual events, fictionalized dialogue, and changed settings, in order to create a more interesting narrative.
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