Two of Margaret Thatcher's biographers have bones to pick with how The Iron Lady portrays the former prime minister. "I was strongly against the film depicting a living person with dementia," authorized biographer Charles Moore tells The Wall Street Journal. "It's an extremely unkind thing to do." John Campbell, whose two-volume Iron Lady biography is the basis for the film, sort of agrees, calling the movie's flashback framing device "clearly controversial," and acknowledging that "quite a lot of people" think the filmmakers should have waited until Thatcher's death to make the movie — even though it casts Thatcher in a positive, Meryl Streep-y light. You're not going to get a much more sympathetic movie than this, fellas.