During the Bosnian War, the captive Bosnian Ajla is brought with other women to a Serbian barrack to serve the soldiers. The commander Danijel recognizes Ajla that he met in a night-club and wooed her and he discreetly protects her. They rekindle their love, but can they trust on each other? Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for war violence and atrocities including rape, sexuality, nudity and language
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16 February 2012 (Netherlands)
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Also Known As:
U zemlji krvi i meda
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Opening Weekend USA: $9,479,
30 December 2011, Limited Release
Gross USA: $303,877, 8 March 2012
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
Almost all uniforms, insignia, military equipment, weapons and vehicles of the Bosnian Serb Army shown in the movie, are completely inaccurate and never seen in the war in the former Yugoslavia. Whilst some wardrobe pieces (e.g. ranks and insignia) are fully imaginary items, most other military props are obviously of non-local origin (mostly came from former Soviet Block armies, notably Hungary, where most of the filming took place). Practically all of the shown 'Bosnian Serb' distinctive sleeve insignia, are actually from the surplus of The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Army and were, as such, never worn by Serbs in the Bosnian War. See more
Am I a prisoner?
You're not a prisoner if you want to be here.
by Gabriel Yared
Conducted by Jeff Atmajian
© 2011 Varèse Sarabande See more