A Busey-Zane career massacre?
Who knew Gary Busey and Billy Zane were so hard up for roles?
Even Hollywood liberals may be shocked that the American actors took part in a Turkish film that portrays U.S. troops as savages who slaughter Iraqi civilians.
"Valley of the Wolves: Iraq" shows G.I.s crashing a wedding, where they gun down dozens of innocent guests, shooting the groom in the head and blasting away at a boy in front of his mother.
The soldiers drag the ones who live to Abu Ghraib prison, where a Jewish-American doctor (played by Busey) disembowels them - explaining their organs will be sold to rich people in New York, London and Tel Aviv.
Zane plays a rogue American officer who calls himself a "peacekeeper sent by God."
Zane and Busey aren't known as outspoken critics of White House policy. So why did they take the parts?
A rep for "Titanic" star Zane didn't return our call.
A rep for "Buddy Holly Story" star Busey told us: "It was basically a payday for him."
Anti-American feeling has been brewing in Turkey since a 2003 incident in which U.S. Army troops held Turkish special forces officers captive because the G.I.s thought they were Iraqi insurgents.