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Film Review: ‘Enclave’

23 November 2015 6:07 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Set in 2004 and unfolding through the eyes of a lonely lad who lives in the isolated Serbian Orthodox quarter of a majority Albanian Muslim village in Kosovo, “Enclave” starts as a poignant and intense coming-of-ager from Serbian helmer-writer Goran Radovanovic that questions whether coexistence is possible between the two communities. The pic’s first two-thirds provide an atmospheric and compelling watch, but a major stylistic and narrative shift in the final act damages the goodwill and credibility accumulated until that point. Kudos, such as the Moscow Film Festival audience award, will entice further fest play for Serbia’s foreign-language Oscar submission.

The only child left in his neighborhood, wistful 10-year-old Nenad (the appealing Filip Subaric), rides to school every day in a dark, claustrophobic Kosovo Force (Kfor) armored vehicle driven by cynical Italian soldiers. As it bumps along the mountain roads, he stares out the small window slits. He can »

- Alissa Simon

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