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Walter Defends Sarajevo (1972) More at IMDbPro »Valter brani Sarajevo (original title)

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Shooting violence. Many people being shot is bloodless, except the statement under \/

One woman has been gunned down by the Nazis. We later see her dead, lying with her bloody wounds.

A train is set to explode with Nazis inside. No dead bodies are seen.

Some language.

The plot of the movie is centered around the bosnian planning to win over the Nazis who had occupied Sarajevo.

The attempted revolution is unexpectedly gunned down by the nazis might be unsettling.

Suggested MPAA rating: PG-13 for war violence.

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