Those who feel that the history written by tudor's official biographers is correct will dislike the film. those who have dug deeper, who have read of richard's incredible benevolence, refusing gifts from ordinary people while on progress (which was the custom of the time), his administration of the north of england which led to such love of him that they never accepted henry tudor (the city of york in particular), and his carrying out of duties assigned him by his brother edward iv, including being named protector of his nephews and the likelihood that tudor, in fact, murdered them...all will appreciate this film. in other words, anyone who has been able to research further and have been astounded by what they found, like me, will appreciate this very much. those who simply accept the works of lazy historians (e.g. alison weir and others) will not appreciate it. richard was certainly not hated during his rule. even vergil, tudor's official biographer, never stayed any such thing - nor did tudor ever accuse richard of murdering his nephews.