The Weight of Chains is a Canadian documentary film that takes a critical look at the role that the US, NATO and the EU played in the tragic breakup of a once peaceful and prosperous ... See full summary »
'The Weight of Chains 2' is a documentary film largely dealing with the effects of the Washington Consensus economic doctrine on the newly established former Yugoslav republics, but also ... See full summary »
Through the socio-political overview of the problematic structure of fan clubs and football supporters in Serbia, this movie focuses on a particular case of an incident involving a French ... See full summary »
The film tells the story of some folks in Serbia having to deal with the consequences of the war. Most of them don't have to go to the army (yet), but have to live between ruins with bombs ... See full summary »
One Serbian army battery in the First World War, in forced march with no stopping and rest, arrives to Cer Mountain, and, in decisive moment, enters the fight and throws off Austrian troops... See full summary »
Zivorad 'Zika' Mitrovic
At the Belgrade army hospital, casualties of Bosnian civil war are treated. In the hospital they remember their youth and the war. Two young boys, Halil, a Muslim, and Milan, a Serb, have ... See full summary »
The story of a ten years old boy who, as most of the children in Yugoslavia of the fifties can hardly imagine his life without the great national leader - marshal Tito. In his school, he ... See full summary »
Kosovo: Can You Imagine? is about the Serbs that live in Kosovo and the lack of human rights that they have today, in the 21st century. Most of the Kosovo Serbs have been ethnically cleansed by the Albanians who make up the majority of Kosovo. Kosovo has been under UN administration since 1999 when NATO bombed Serbia for 76 days to halt a crackdown on ethnic Albanian separatism in its province of Kosovo. In the years following the war, thousands of Serbs were expelled from their homes, kidnapped and killed. Their houses, cultural and religious sites were burned and destroyed. Kosovo for the Serbs is what Jerusalem is for the Jewish people. It is the cradle of their statehood, culture and religion. Most of the important Serbian Christian Orthodox monasteries are in Kosovo. Today, Serbs still have a deep spiritual and traditional connection to Kosovo, a land which is being cleansed of everything Serbian. Most of the Kosovo Serbs are internally displaced, some of them live in small ... Written by
Very good documentary, and there's a more recent film from the same director-creator
Putoestupido, I will say, has a fitting username. Stupido was the "quality" of his comment or so-called review.
Scoottie wrote, "This documentary continues the great works that have documented the tragic genocide against the Serbs for many years. ...".
Look for the more recent documentary by the same creator and director, the film, "The Weight of Chains (2010)", which is a little over two hours long. IMDb has a page for this more recent film, and SerbianYouthLeague uploaded the full video at YouTube. The director and creator of the film also posted an embedded copy at TV.GlobalResearch.ca.
Boris Malagurski has been also working on trying to produce a sequel to the latter 2010 film and there's a trailer for it. The trailer, a little over two minutes long, indicates that it will be a very good documentary, if it can be ever completed. There's a funding issue and donations are needed to be able to complete the creation of the sequel, "The Weight of Chains 2". The trailer can be found at TV.GlobalResearch.ca, or directly at YouTube.
For "The Weight of Chains (2010)", SerbianYouthLeague also uploaded some deleted portions at YouTube. People just need to search for "The Weight Of Chains | Deleted Scene". There're 3 deleted scenes, and they're each about two minutes long.
There're many other videos. There's, f.e., the "TalkingStickTV - Michael Parenti - The U.S. War on Yugoslavia" video at YouTube. It's runtime is 1:17:27 and it was uploaded by the TalkingStickTV channel in 2008. It should be interesting. Michael Parenti is one of the dozen or so contributors for "The Weight of Chains (2010)", for which the official website is www.weightofchains.com. There's a Credits page, there, and I guess the brief biographies are for everyone who contributed as speakers in the film.
And there're plenty of other videos regarding what the West has caused to Serbia and the Balkans.
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