There's a theory that you don't have to get everything right, especially in
terms of locale or geography, in a film or a book that's set in, say, Rome.
The scenery, landscapes, cafés, churches, streets, are fictional and form
their own universe, so we don't really have to care for the mistakes we see
in movies or in books.
I don't know if this is true, but it's a theory.
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