Another good story about Valley of the Wolves — Iraq, the anti- American action flick that has Turkish audiences cheering as the hero sticks it to the Anglo bad guys. The author is New York Times‘ Istanbul correspondent Segnem Arsu. The most expensive film ever made in Turkey (costing about $10 million), it’s opened so far in Turkey, Austria and Germany, and is breaking box-office records in one or more of these territories. The screenwriter says it wasn’t meant to insult Americans, but it’s a Rambo-like action story involving Turkish gunmen who seek revenge against American soldiers, so c’mon.