Justifiably awarded the Best Screenplay prize at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival, and the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Bosnian director Danis Tanovic’s NO MAN’S LAND is a tragicomic feature about the war in Bosnia that fulfills the promise of the beautiful, more sober short videos he made during the actual fighting. The film begins in 1993 with a group of Bosnian soldiers lost in dense fog end up in an empty Serbian trench.World-weary Ciki (Branko Djuric) finds a rifle,which protects him when suspicious Bosnian Serbian soldiers check it out.Finally, only he and the inexperienced Bosnian Serb Nino (Rene Bitorajac) occupy the site, or so they think, and they play at miniature war with each other, often in a humorous way, in tune with blackly comic spirit of the film.
Director: Danis Tanovic
Cast: Branko Djuric, Rene Bitorajac, Filip Sovagovic
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