Don't be so quick to judge her. This is completely true.

Back when I was doing film crew work, I did set dressing on "Pearl Harbor," and that's where it all started. Bay really got into researching the period of the film, and just took it to a completely inappropriate level. The indiscriminate slaughter of grip-electric Jews was staggering, especially since so many days we had to go into overtime to get it done. I can't even describe what happened to the Craft Service people who were caught harboring 'undesirables.' He even conquered the sets of "Whats' The Worst That Could Happen?" and "Swordfish", which were shooting on adjacent lots.


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