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I was doing research on how scientists have discovered several years ago that the human family started in Africa and how the first woman was most likely black.

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It hits back at claims brought by her mother, Brigid Sweetman, and estranged husband, Mark Burton, who have both brought lawsuits against Carrey accusing him giving White three sexually transmitted diseases, and that he provided her with the prescription pills she used to take her own life.

(Rowan Atkinson being her father is a false rumour.

It's just a feature film as the genre has developed for the typical US audience—silly, propagandist, ignorant, lightweight. A decade or so after the Harry Potter films, the green screen technology is fully mature. Special effects include computer-generated swirls of fogs in several colours, varieties of grey; maybe these were doodles from computer generated clouds, or colour-adjusted flame simulations?

British film unions used to insist that sets were destroyed, so they couldn't be reused; maybe there are legal battles now over the reuse of computer-generated scenes: ship to shore gangplanks? We also have black ash fragments fluttering in the air, and deformed parts of the built landscape—fire escapes, lamp-posts, brick and stone detailings.

| Claims to be written by J K Rowling, and set in 1926.