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  • v  make into fiction
  • v  convert into the form or the style of a novel

  • Brian De Palma in AFP
    De Palma said he was "forced to fictionalise things" to get the movie made because of the legal obstacles to showing real people and events.
  • Paul Haggis in Scotsman
    I talked to every Republican operative there is. I said look, if you were running against Corey Grace and wanted to take him down, what would you do? And they told me. They wouldn't tell a reporter. But my job is to fictionalise it in a way that... Richard North Patterson Times Online Feb 8, 2008 37205 48074 fictionalise I wanted to fictionalise the story in order to ask some questions that were universal," Haggis explains.

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