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My Father's Angel (1999)

A Bosnian Muslim and a Bosnian Serb family have come to Vancouver to find peaceful new lives only to find themselves embroiled in the ethnic conflict they left behind.

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11 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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... Ahmed
... Djordje
... Enes
... Vlada
Asja Pavlovic ... Sayma
... Zlata
... Laura
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... Stripper
Ronnie Way ... Security Guard
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A devout Muslim and his wife flee their war-torn homeland. In the process, their lives become interlaced with that of former Serbian footballer Djordje. The families emigrate west to Vancouver, where they establish a new life. Written by Mark Bauche <markbauche@cyberdude.com>

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11 September 1999 (Canada)  »

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West of Sarajevo  »

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Featured in Fawnia Live on Stage: Volume 3 (1999) See more »

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Beautiful
7 October 2001 | by See all my reviews

Had the chance to watch `My Father's Angel' a few days ago. It is very similar in genre and content to other movies like `Before The Rain', `Beautiful People', `Earth' (all foreign flicks) etc etc., and even the American movie `American History X' which all magnify crimes against humanity and this unfortunate cycle of base human vices like power, selfishness, contempt, irrational hate, egoistic behavior which all lend a hand in the sad use of religion and other philosophies to make fellow human beings miserable. Instead of reaching out for a state of tranquility and happiness which is why most of these philosophies/religions are born in the first place - to appease the human soul, uplift the human condition, and make the condition of living a bit easier. If man were not rational and self – conscious I wonder how worse off we would actually be, and in times yet to come!


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