Even the greatest masterpieces contain the tiniest imperfections.
Michaelangelo’s The Last Judgment draws visitors from all over the world to the Vatican City, eager to see the masterpiece that adorns the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel – but even that has its imperfections. Take a closer look at the section chronicling the Creation of the Sun and Stars, and you might spot the artist’s rendering of God’s butt poking back out at you. Borderline blasphemous, there isn’t an official within the Vatican who wouldn’t rather see the section airbrushed from history.
And it’s the same for many a classic movie. While these much-loved films manage to get most things right, even the very best cinematic piece of ...
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