"Pretty Village, Pretty Flame"
Directed by Srdjian Dragojevic
Based on an incident
that happened in the first winter of the war in Bosnia in 1992, Srdjan Dragojevic's
provocative and disturbing movie "unleashes a powerful assault on the insanity of the
war" (New York Times). Two young boys, Halil, a Muslim, and Milan, a Serb,
watch the inauguration of the new Brotherhood and Unity Tunnel in their neighborhood in
1980. Twelve years later, Halil and Milan are now on opposing sides, and
Milan lies badly injured alongside wounded Serbs and Muslims in the same
hospital as he recalls the events that brought him there. Serbo-Croatian
with English subtitles. 125 minutes.