A documentary that shows the horror of Serbian aggression.
A wonderfully made documentary. . . I congratulate Martin Sheen for taking the time and interest in this matter at a time when the rest of the world was turning a blind eye to Serbian atrocities in Croatia (and soon Bosnia and Herzegovina.) Of course there will always be Serbs that will dismiss anything depicting their aggression as "propaganda" just because they cannot accept the fact that their country is responsible for the most heinous crimes Europe has seen since WWII. When I look at cities like Dubrovnik, Sibenik, Karlovac, Zadar, Hrvatska Kostajnica, and Glina which suffered bombings and whose people lived in constant fear from the JNA tanks that were positioned near by. And the ethnic cleansing that would be taking place in VUKOVAR, Kijevo, Knin, Erdut, Ilok, and all over Lika and Slavonija, not to mention concentration camps in Bosnia and the Srebrenica massacre. The only people that will challenge the facts of this film are the same people that have been listening to Slobodan Milosevic's well-oiled propaganda machine on how Serbs were "defending" Serbian land in order to create their Greater Serbia. This film will help stamp out those myths and let the world understand how monsters like Zeljko Raznatovic "Arkan," Radovan Karadzic, Ratko Mladic, and Dragan Vasiljkovic were allowed to come to power.
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