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Pop over to Netflix and watch "This Film Has Not Been Rated." It takes a look at the ratings board's style and members of the MPAA.
Some of the gems include making a movie rated X because of a too long shot of a woman's
You also lose quite a few rights when you are the SUSPECT OF A MURDER INVESTIGATION.
Worst case scenario, they are lost forever in a private archive by a fire. Granted, worst case.
Medium case, the papers are held privately, but returned to light at the owner's or heir's choosing.
Best case, they are held but allowed to be in a public museum for viewing.
It's a somewhat obscure purchase. Would someone willing to spend that much on those papers be unsympathetic to the ideas behind the papers?