Re: It's a movie
I feel that curating is a difficult process and selecting the right perspective can make all the difference. If the Earth is set as the point of reference, the moon rotates around it and if the moon is set as the point of reference then, the Earth rotates around it -- select another point and the Earth and moon goes around each other.
The economics of entertainment is changing. Viewers have started searching for facts in science fiction movies such as, Interstellar, etc. The Steve Jobs movie might hold information value. However, without having watched the movie I can say that there is a bias and expectation that the movie will hold some informational value because, Moneyball was great.