A devout Muslim and his wife flee their war-torn homeland. In the process, their lives become interlaced with that of former Serbian footballer Djordje. The families emigrate west to Vancouver, where they establish a new life. Written by
Mark Bauche <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I was fortunate enough to catch this film at the Portland Film Center Film Festival. This is one of those films that I feel honored to have seen. It is so important, and so moving, and so very well done. It is apparent that the film maker put his heart and soul into this film. The movie examines the consequences and tragedy of the Bosnian-Serbian war, but be assured that there is great humanity and compassion and even humor in this movie as well. The best thing in this movie are the performances. I don't know how the director managed to evoke such incredible performances. They are among the best I've ever seen.
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