Kosovo 2004, five years after the war. Nenad, ten years Christian boy from a Serbian enclave, determined to create a proper community burial for his late grandfather, crosses enemy lines and makes friends among the Muslim majority in deeply divided, war-torn Kosovo. Written by
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The way they would pick child actors is to visit schools in the Republic of Kosova, where the movie is set, and take them to audition. See more
During the most of the film, the main character (Serbian boy Nenad) wears a red T-shirt, apparently a Serbian national football team T-shirt (with a white cross on red background, a Serbian Football Association emblem on the left side in the front, and the name of a famous Serbian football player Dejan Stankovic and his no. 10 on the back). In 2004, when the plot takes place, Serbia was a part of the state union Serbia and Montenegro (until the split-up in 2006), and the color of the national football team T-shirt would have been blue, with the emblem of Serbia and Montenegro Football Association on the left side in the front. See more