Tales of Rock – The True Story Behind Bohemian Rhapsody



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4 thoughts on “Tales of Rock – The True Story Behind Bohemian Rhapsody”

  1. Thanks! After viewing the film, I did some light research. This is one time where I can understand Hollywood’s use of creative license to expedite a story. Freddy was portrayed as a sympathetic character, but was he? If so, I think Freddy was a bit naive in hanging on to Prenter for so long. If that portrayal was even close to his persona , then the man was a viper and should have been eliminated way before then.

What are your thoughts on this subject?