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In the Land of Blood and Honey Trailer


Danijel and Ajla are a young couple living in Bosnia Herzegovina in 1992. When war breaks out, it tears Danijel and Ajla apart, with Danijel joining the war as a commander of a Prisoner of War camp, a position given to him by his high ranking father, who is in the Yugoslav People's Army.

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Cat Run Trailer


Anthony and Julian are childhood best friends who set up a detective agency, Anthony always wanted to be a chef and Julian's never really had any dreams unless they involve women so logically they thought going into business together would be a good idea.

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No Man's Land Review


Very Good
Patton would have been disgusted.

Modern wars (at least, those not involving the U.S.) aren't fought man to man, or even tank to tank. They're fought in the dead of night, when everyone thinks the United Nations "peacekeepers" aren't watching. By day, the U.N. "smurfs" (so called because of their ridiculous blue helmets) try in vain to broker half-assed ceasefires between sides that have extremely complicated reasons for fighting and have little respect for the men in blue.

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No Man's Land Review


Excellent

War movies have a tendency to be grandiose and didactic ("Saving Private Ryan"), action-packed and heroic ("Behind Enemy Lines"), maudlin and self-important ("Life Is Beautiful") -- or some combination thereof. But "No Man's Land" is none of the above, and above them all in its brilliant, unpretentious simplicity.

A small-scale battlefield farce, it speaks volumes about the absurdities of modern ethnic conflicts in the age of ever-present but under-effective UN Peacekeepers -- and it does so without soap box speeches, overblown battle sequences or playing any metaphorical violins.

Bosnian writer-director Danis Tanovic boils down the ironic truths of centuries-old enmity in his homeland and presents them in a meaningfully funny story about two soldiers from opposite sides of the war, trapped together between enemy lines in an abandoned trench.

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In the Land of Blood and Honey Trailer

In the Land of Blood and Honey Trailer

Danijel and Ajla are a young couple living in Bosnia Herzegovina in 1992. When war...

Cat Run Trailer

Cat Run Trailer

Anthony and Julian are childhood best friends who set up a detective agency, Anthony always...

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No Man's Land Movie Review

No Man's Land Movie Review

Patton would have been disgusted.Modern wars (at least, those not involving the U.S.) aren't fought...

No Man's Land Movie Review

No Man's Land Movie Review

War movies have a tendency to be grandiose and didactic ("Saving Private Ryan"), action-packed and...

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