Maybe I'm just a pansy who is too wrapped up in Russian history and culture, but I haven't heard about a feature film that made my stomach crawl this much in a while, particularly given how totally clueless Grazer obviously is about the actual event. What good could possibly come out of the Hollywoodization of a tragedy so huge it's often called "Russia's 9/11?" I realize that United 93 has been praised and appreciated by those who have seen it, but it was made five years after the events it depicts, and by an American studio. So why don't we just let Russia deal with Beslan in its own time, in its own way?
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