Journalist Floyd from the U.S., Michael Henderson from the U.K., and their teams meet at the beginning of the Bosnian war in Sarajevo. During their reports, they find an orphanage run by ...
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Journalist Floyd from the U.S., Michael Henderson from the U.K., and their teams meet at the beginning of the Bosnian war in Sarajevo. During their reports, they find an orphanage run by the devoted Mrs. Savic near the frontline. Henderson gets so involved in the kids' problems, that he decides to take one of the children, Emira, illegally back to England. He is assisted by American aid worker Nina.
When the bus is stopped by the Chetniks, the gun of the leader
alternates between being a type of Kalashnikov and a French FAMAS. See more »
In 1991, the country of Yugoslavia began to fracture into separate nations. On the pretext of maintaining Yugoslavia's integrity, the Serbian dominated Yugoslav army attacked first Slovenia, then Croatia.
In April 1992, in the hope of securing international protection, Bosnia declared its independence. This was rejected by many Bosnian Serbs. Aided by the remnants of the Yugoslav army, they set out to claim as much territory as they could.
They systematically cleansed towns and ...
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All of you who are deluded enough to regard this movie as any sort of masterpiece obviously don't know better. Both, Welcome to Sarajevo and Savior (another horrible movie about the Balkans) is nothing but cheesy, Hollywood-type melodrama made by the outsiders who are merely scratching the surface, presenting you with black and white perspectives.
If you want to have a deeper understanding of the situation in the Balkans, I strongly suggest for all of you to see "Underground," "Pretty Village, Pretty Flame," and "Cabaret Balkan."
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