No Man's Land

  • October 18, 2018 / 19:00
  • October 27, 2018 / 16:00

Director: Danis Tanović
Cast: Branko Djuric, Rene Bitorajac, Filip Sovagovic, Georges Siatidis
France, Belgium, Italy, UK, Slovenia, 2001, 98', color
Bosnian, Serbian, French with Turkish subtitles
 
The satirical tale of two enemy soldiers, Ciki and Nino, who find themselves stranded in No Man's Land during the 1993 Bosnian Conflict... As Ciki and Nino try to figure a way out of their bizarre predicament, a UN sergeant goes to help them, despite being ordered not to intervene, and the world's press follows, turning the incident into an international news story. In a tense standoff between the many sides involved in the conflict, Nino and Ciki desperately try to negotiate for their lives amidst the insanity of war.
 
Director Danis Tanović will be in conversation after the screening on October 18.
 
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