Annals of TV-induced panic: Caucasus-style


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“War of the Worlds” never dies — it just reinvents itself.

Nick Holdsworth has the story for Variety on how a spoof documentary in Georgia (the Eurasian one, not the “Gone With the Wind” one) convinced its viewers that Russian armies were invading the country.

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