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Danis Tanovic

No Man's Land

98' - 2001 - War, Drama, Comedy - Dialogue: Bosnian, French, Serbian, English
Director: Danis Tanovic Composer: Danis Tanovic With: Branko Djuric, Rene Bitorajac, Filip Sovagovic, Georges Siatidis, Alain Eloy, Sacha Kremer, Serge Henri Valcke
Bosnia 1993. Two enemy soldiers, Ciki and Nino, find themselves stranded in No Man’s Land. They are trapped among a pile of bodies in the trenches at the front where their two countries are at war. A third soldier, Cera, who was thought to have died, but is only badly wounded, awakes but sees that he is lying on a landmine, preventing it from exploding. His two unfortunate companions are too frightened to move, despite the fact that they are dying to come to blows. As they try to figure a way out of their bizarre predicament, a brave UN sergeant goes to help them, despite being ordered not to intervene. He informs an American journalist about what is going on, and a media tidal wave results. In a tense stand-off between the many sides involved in the conflict and with the world’s press waiting for an outcome, Ciki and Nino desperately try to negotiate for their lives amidst the insanity of war …

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Credits

Director

Danis Tanovic

Composer

Danis Tanovic

With

Branko Djuric, Rene Bitorajac, Filip Sovagovic, Georges Siatidis, Alain Eloy, Sacha Kremer, Serge Henri Valcke

Scenario

Danis Tanovic

Director of Photography

Walther Vanden Ende

Editor

Francesca Calvelli

Producer

Frédérique Dumas, Marc Baschet, Cédomir Kolar

More information

Dialogue

Bosnian, French, Serbian, English

Countries of production

Italy, Belgium, Slovenia, United Kingdom, France

Year

2001

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