Welcome to Sarajevo (1997)
Michael Henderson: The Beatles aren't English. They're from Liverpool.
Flynn: [screaming at random shelling noises which have just started outside] Fuck you! Asshole! Get a job!
Flynn: You know, only two good things ever came from England. One: America, two: the Beatles!
[Flynn has saved a child from sniper fire, getting photographed by the world's media in the process]
Annie McGee: What you did wasn't about Sarajevo. It was all about you.
Flynn: Funny thing is, back home no-one's heard of Sarajevo, and everyone's heard of me.
Annie McGee: This could be the most important story in this war.
Michael Henderson: More important than bombing people in the street?
Annie McGee: Compared to that, this is like fucking Jane Austen.
Michael Henderson: I never fucked Jane Austen.
Flynn: You know, this place feels like a virus you can't get rid of. Sometimes I feel like I'll never make it home.
Michael Henderson: Sometimes *I* feel as if you'll never make it home.
Title Card: In 1991, the country of Yugoslavia began to fracture into separate nations. On the pretext of maintaining Yugoslavia's integrity, the Serbian dominated Yugoslav army attacked first Slovenia, then Croatia.
Title Card: In April 1992, in the hope of securing international protection, Bosnia declared its independence. This was rejected by many Bosnian Serbs. Aided by the remnants of the Yugoslav army, they set out to claim as much territory as they could.
Title Card: They systematically cleansed towns and villages of their Muslim populations, while turning their guns on the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. This cosmopolitan city, a symbol of inter-faith co-operation, was cut off from the outside world and became a city under siege.
Title Card: This film is based on actual events that took place in 1992 and 1993.
Jacket: You know what I'm going to do? I'm going to make a concert here in Sarajevo.
Jane Carson: Is that such a good idea?
Jacket: I will defy death in the name of art.
Jane Carson: Yeah, but what about the audience?
Jacket: The audience? They will die happily listening to me. But, I'm not going to do it yet, because you know, Sarajevo is only 14th worst place on earth. So, I am going to wait until we are number one.
Risto Bavic: Which place is the worst?
Jacket: L.A., of course.