Charles Oppenheimer has said that the scene is "completely inaccurate" and that it "does a disservice to Oppenheimer's legacy." He has also said that the scene is "misleading" and that it "could give people the wrong impression about Oppenheimer."
Nolan has defended the scene, saying that it is "a dramatization" and that it is "not meant to be a literal depiction of events." He has also said that the scene is "based on historical research" and that it is "an accurate representation of Oppenheimer's state of mind at the time."
The scene in question has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have defended the scene, saying that it is a "powerful" and "thought-provoking" depiction of Oppenheimer's inner turmoil. Others have criticized the scene, saying that it is "insensitive" and that it "does a disservice to Oppenheimer's legacy."
It is important to note that the scene in question is just one small part of Nolan's film. It is possible that the film will provide more context for the scene and that it will ultimately be a fair and accurate depiction of Oppenheimer's life. However, the scene has already sparked a debate about the way that Oppenheimer should be portrayed in film.