“No Man’s Land” is a motion picture shot in 2001 and directed by Danis Tanovic. It shows the events of the encounter between Bosniaks and Bosnian Serbs on “no one’s land” between
enemy trenches. The combination of drama and black humor has a powerful anti-war message. The film has been awarded several times, including Oscar for best foreign film.
Language: Bosnian, Serbian, French
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