When the publicist becomes the story, and not the film.
[ETA: corrections — the young lady (her story is here) is thank G-d still alive. I stand by my statement that this is her battle and I don’t know why the publicity account for an entirely different film is involved.]
In this post I break a number of my own rules. Tu quoque, Servetus. But why are we still putting up with this? This, from the fan who regularly orders other fans not to clog up Armitage’s Twitter feed.
As usual, the fan doesn’t get her story quite right. Now, Candida Brady, your film’s Twitter account is filled with tweets about a matter completely unrelated to the film that took place at least two years ago — in fact, which was part of the publicity for an entirely different film, and something that demonstrates, as the unfortunate person who unknowingly tweeted that photo claimed, that Richard…
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