Well, if Stone's film has genuine integrity and doesn't milk it for dramatic effect or glamorise, then...
I'll try and judge it on its merits when i see it.
But i would still prefer for Western directors to concentrate more on the other side of the story, the ordinary decent men, women and children who've been suffering and trying their best for each other on the other side of this "war". Or even the people still dying in their millions in forgotten parts of the world of poverty, starvation, wars (backed by Western Arms companies) and preventable diseases. A Million Rwandans massacred while the Western powers washed their hands (at least a small number of films have recently been dealing with that issue). In any event, clearer statements are needed that we the human race are all one; that Western lives are not more important, brave and praiseworthy than others throughout the world.
There's been far too much hype and brainless tribalism in the general media portrayal of events, which needs balancing up.