Ever wonder with movie ‘based’ on real life events what parts acatually happened and what parts have a bit of fiction to make them more dramatic and interesting to the viewer? Well this cool infographic by David McCandless vividly shows the proportions of truth and fiction in popular films like The King’s Speech, Hackshaw Ridge, Bridge of Spies and Captain Phillips.

With the help of Stephanie Smith researching and Omid Kashan with the coding, this infographic is widely interactive letting you see the exact moment that have been evaluated true or false and lets you sort through the films to which one like Hackshaw Ridge tells the most fibs to be a more successful film, and Selma which looks to be so to the truth that they should have just filmed the live events.

Below is a static image of the infographic but to see all the facts or falses with each film click here.