Men do not cry

Feature film from 2017. The film is a story of several war veteran from BiH, Serbia and Croatia, who took part in the war of the 1990s and survived, each of which has traumas and looks for ways to fight them 20 years after the war. The film talks about dealing with war trauma, PTSD. All of those veterans in their own way try to fit into the present society.

They talked about everything they survived, not hiding that they felt fear, humiliation, but precisely in this way they demolish the prejudices of what men are and how they must deal with the roles imposed on them by the society or the roles they imposed upon themselves.

The film was directed by Alen Drljević, the screenwriters are A. Drljevic and Zoran Solomun.

Availability: online

Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian

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