That's not it at all, Ciarra.
Anonymously wants to expand on the premise that true and false have a blurred boundary.
Many truths are down to perception, but may not be what actually occurred. Many truths are only half reported and doesn't make them falsehoods, but incomplete and can skew how others receive that information.
In art, the expression 'artistic licence' often means that the painter has added or omitted certain elements in the composition and it's similar in poetry and prose too.
Fiction can often be written around fact, tying a fictional story into factual events of the time to lend credence. Doesn't make it any more truthful, it just helps to make it more believable.