I'm not American so I don't exactly know impact or historical significance of the subject "Benghazi attack." But with 2016 US presidential election ahead, it looks like the movie can be political issue which provokes some fierce controversies. Even some people try to derogate it as untimely, prejudiced propaganda. Personally I believe some controversy is ultimately beneficial to art because it can arouse people's interest and draw some audiences. But in my humble opinion, people are hastily overreacting and the movie will be pretty apolitical. Filmmakers don't care whether you're liberal or conservative. They just wanna draw maximal audiences into cinema. And I think Bay's not an angry ultraconservative and even if he is, I guess he doesn't wanna make public his political orientation. He just wanna show gripping portrayal about agonizing chaos and pay honor to brave men. I wanna see Internet calms the fuck down just once.