Of course it is but that's part of the fun. For me at least.
Okay, I think I get you now.
Also wish I was retired and had the time.
If I'm by myself watching a movie, it might take me three hours to finish it. Something will Coe up in the film, andi check it out then from there I check something else out and so on. Especially ifits a period film or dealing with a certain group.
One film, called the Eagle dealt with a legion of roman soldiers in England. The peasants were eating some grain, I believe it was millet, so I had to check it out, being a farm lad. This led me to the history of several other grains.
In the end, the researching was a lot more intriguing then the film.
One western had a prostitute in it. The scene had her dressed in her skimpy outfit but a bra strap slipped off her shoulder. That got me researching women's under garments, and mens also Very interesting.
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
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