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"Zero Dark Thirty" has earned rave reviews from critics, been nominated for five Academy Awards (including Best Picture), and become a surprise box office hit. But that doesn't mean everyone likes it. Though the movie has yet to officially screen in Pakistan, where the real-life raid to capture Osama bin Laden took place and much of the film is set, those Pakistanis who have seen it are not happy with the finished product.
"Zero Dark Thirty" has been circulating in Pakistan on bootleg DVDs and through pirated internet downloads, and while it should come as no surprise that many object to the film's political slant, a number of commentators have also called the picture's factual accuracy into question.Read More »from ‘Zero Dark Thirty’: a hit in America, a subject of controversy in Pakistan