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The Hague, The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia: Two ambitious lawyers face each other in the trial of Milorad Krstic, who's accused of committing war crimes as a commander in the Bosnian war. The defender, Mikhail Finn, has managed to refute all the accusations against his client. Convinced of Krstic's guilt, Catherine Lagrange, the prosecutor, summons a young man with incriminating evidence against Krstic. He claims to have been abandoned by his parents as a child and to have been one of Krstic's soldiers. Defender Finn starts to investigate in order to verify the witness' testimony - and soon encounters the young man's family. Inspired by a true story.Written by
The title of this movie it too long. Trust me even longer seamed the time in watching it. When authors are confused in telling their story the result to the audience is mere torture. I wander why on earth Bulgarians are to interfere in Hague and the criminals of war? Imagination is not enough to tell what Serbs have felt. The plot of this film is so invented. So naive.Going along how someone so far from the nerve and emotions would be reflecting on the crimes of war. So very untrue. Whoever had financed this nonsense has poured resources in the desert. For sure there is a huge number of more realistic simply better Bulgarian stories.
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