No Man's Land

TitleNo Man's Land
Publication TypeFilm
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsTanovic, Danis
Running Time98 minutes
Date Released09/2001
DistributorOcéan Films
CountryFrance
Publication Languagebosnian, serbian, french
Abstract

This Oscar-winning Best Foreign Language Film explores senseless death and fruitless peace in the Bosnian War. Two injured soldiers, a Bosnian and a Serbian, are stranded in no man's land and are trapped by a landmine. A French soldier for the United Nations Protection Force and an English reporter bring international attention to situation, but a rescue mission fails when the soldiers continue to fight. The U.N. claims victory but ensures no one will uncover the truth. 

Cast

Branko Đurić

Rene Bitorajac

Filip Šovagović

Credits

Produced by Cédomir Kolar, Marc Baschet, and Frédérique Dumas-Zajdela

Directed by Danis Tanović

Written by Danis Tanović

Cinematography by Walther Vanden Ende

Edited by Francesca Calvelli

Music by Danis Tanović

Genre

Drama

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