Yes. Two thumbs up. I saw the movie a few weeks ago here in Washington, DC. It's about a Bosnian Serb and a Bosnian Muslim who both get trapped a a trench between the front lines, and cannot quite figure out how to get out alive. The director/screenwriter is Bosnian Muslim, and the movie was filmed in Slovenia. Other than the fact that the movie tries to play both sides fair, in the end the viewer can come to his own conclusions - I concluded that the Serbs were mostly to blame, and the international community and media only made it worse. The movie, like the war, was a genocidal farce. Go to see it, immediately. Tony Margan.
Here's the URL for the Yahoo site about that film: http://movies.yahoo.com/shop?d=hv&cf=info&id=1807485009
Rotten Tomatoes give it a rating of 97% fresh: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/movie-1111144/ Judy - St. Louis
I have not seen it. It has received excellent reviews; it's playing at 2 theatres in NYC.
Received an award at Cannes. A number of the actors are Croatians; the director is Bosnian.
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