No Man's Land (I) (2001)
Anti-War Message wraped in Black Satire
13 March 2020
Nearly 20years old this movie holds up to even most recent productions from the balkans that deal with he balkan-war. Great cinematography and a script targeted to foreign audiences thanks to not so many inside-jokes that balkan-movies usually suffer from. The Oscar was maybe a little bit over the top, as deserved as Obamas nobelprize but than again, i assume they didnt had much of a competition back than. The only reason i rewatched it recently is because of the 25th aniversary of the end-of-war that sparked some new balkan-war-movies coming out that mostly ended up being worse than this one.
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