In the former Yugoslavia, the French medical team formed by Carole, Samir and Dr. Mathias are returning from Kosovo to Paris by truck. They find a road block and the soldier tells that the army had found mines on the road and is deactivating them; therefore they should wait three hours to follow their journey. Dr. Mathias suggests Carole to drive through a secondary road and they get lost. They ask for direction in an isolated house and sooner a van intercepts their truck in a lonely road. They are abducted and arrested in dirty cells but fed. When Samir is removed from the cell, they find the true intention of the kidnappers.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Former Minister of Justice in the Government of Serbia Snezana Malovic believes that film is a frightening attempt to replace the role and creating confusion in the world public: "This film, in which Serbs were presented as killers and traders of bodies, apparently is intended to devalues Dick Marty report, which found that the Serbs were the victims of killings whose bodies were traded. It is intolerable mockery of the real victims and their families, which in this way they can survive yet another crime." See more »
This is not a movie, it's a propaganda film, released in the same moment when the international war crimes tribunal is arresting the leaders of the Albanian terrorist group which is responsible for human organs trafficking. The victims are the Serbs.
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