No Man's Land
Cert: 15 Year: 2001 Length: 98 mins Language: Serbo-Croation/French (s/title
During the heaviest fighting of the war in Bosnia in 1993, three injured soldiers find themselves trapped in a trench between enemy lines. The problem is: one is Serb and the other two, Bosnian, and now the trio must find some way of escaping this hopeless situation. Tanovic’s prize-winning debut uses black comedy and barbed dialogue to lift No Man’s Land into a suspenseful satire on the absurdities of war.
The indifference of UN officers, the superficiality of reports from journalists and especially the deep-seated mutual ethnic hatred of the warring sides are powerfully portrayed in this absurd theatre of war.
An extraordinary film beautifully shot and utterly human
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