The ethics of making a movie about the Thai cave rescue story

Even before the last of the 12 boys trapped in a cave in Thailand was rescued, an American film production company was on the ground trying to get the rights to make a movie about their ordeal. But industry experts say it's not clear their story will be handled with cultural integrity.

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