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I saw the average votes for this movie and I could not believe my eyes. People, are you nuts????? Or you just do not know anything about Bosnia and about war in general!? This film is an absolute nonsense, it does not have anything with reality. Moreover, the `Bosnian' actors speak Bosnian language so good that it is obvious they have never heard it. Was it then necessary to force them? Would not it be better let them speak any other word language? If you really want to learn something about war in Bosnia, than try to see Ademir Kenovic's `Perfect circle', Michael Winterbottom's `Welcome to Sarajevo' or Davor Marjanovic's `My Father's Angel' and forget about this rubbish!
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