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  1. This article says The Passion of Joan of Arc was “based on the actual happenings of the trial of Joan of Arc”, which has been disputed by historians because the trial transcript (which the movie was based on) was later denounced by many of the tribunal members after the war: they said it was falsified on important points, and they gave detailed descriptions of what actually went on at the trial. The film therefore is not terribly accurate on some points. Also, I don’t think audiences saw it in 1928 because the original cut of the film was destroyed in a fire almost immediately after completion, and a second cut also met disaster. A copy was later found in the 1980s (I think it was) and became a cult classic among film buffs, but I don’t think anyone in the 1920s actually saw it in theaters.You definitely get to have your opinion, and that’s one reason opinion articles exist. Thanks for the feedback.What a great article. As an SEO textwriter I love these kind of handy lists to keep to the side. Still I like to write for the user / reader, but SEO is so much indemand and important, even regular novelists can do with handy tips like this. Thank you!Hеllo! I could have sworn I’ve visited your blog before but after Ƅrowsing through a fewߋf the articles I realized it’s new to me. Ꭺnyhow, I’m certainly delіghted Ifοund it and I’ll be bookmаrking it and checkingbacк regularly!