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a5c7b9f00b Year 1993, the bleakest time of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A group of actors from Belgrade, utterly unaware of what they're setting themselves up for, embark on a search for quick earnings - on a "tour" around the Serbian Krajina. However, there they are thrust into the heart of war and begin to wander from war front to war front, from one army to the next.
The film&#39;s heart is in the right place - wanting to make a movie about the absurdity of war and the arbitrary nature of nationalism (and the ultra- absurdity nature of ultranationalism). There is no right side, no good guys in white hats vs bad guys in black hats, it&#39;s way more complex than that.<br/><br/>But the story is not good. The characters are one dimensional. The events are too contrived. The whole thing is theatrical rather than cinematic - it&#39;s filled with overacting (acting and speaking for the last row rather than the lens), music, a tool of the filmmaker, is barely used, the story explains that war is complex and multi-dimensional, but our characters are simple and one-dimensional, almost clichéd. The cinematography is poor. There are very few (if any) establishing shots, the whole thing is brown, grey, muddy. Indoors, outdoors, it&#39;s all the same. There are no interesting camera tricks, moves or anything of modern &quot;film&quot; whatsoever. <br/><br/>The script is not interesting enough to be read as a screenplay, so why make a movie out of this? The lines let the actors down, who did nothing to save this film. With music playing no part and the camera doing the very minimum and nothing more, there&#39;s very little value in this film.<br/><br/>The jokes are few and far between, not enough to keep you laughing. It&#39;s also not absurd enough to hit that absurdic bone, unlike Apocalypse Now or Pretty Village Pretty Flame.<br/><br/>The production is quite poor, more like Yugoslav films of the 80s than something made in 2008.<br/><br/>The story is about a group of stage actors who go a war zone and discover that war zones are dangerous and terrible places to be. That&#39;s the synopsis and there&#39;s nothing to spoil because that&#39;s the whole film.<br/><br/>I wouldn&#39;t recommend it to anyone.
This is probably one of the greatest movies in ex-Yugoslavia in the last 20 years and maybe the best from brilliant director Goran Markovic (with &quot;Nacionalna klasa&quot; and &quot;Variola vera&quot;). Markovic also wrote the script that is vaugely based on factual happenings.<br/><br/>Naive half-member troupe from Belgrade National Theater embarks on an dangerous tour through Serbian Krajina in Bosnia. The time is 1993 and there is bloody, difficulty and abstract war between Serbs, Croats and Muslims. Company&#39;s intention is to perform Feydeau&#39;s vaudveville &quot;A Flea in Her Ear&quot; and to reanimate unwilling and disastrought folk in little town Srbobran. But, the situation soon gets worse and worse. In only three days the actors founds all horrors of Bosnian war.<br/><br/>The whole story try&#39;s to explain this conflict from very essence of spirit of the art. For me, this is by far most objective movie about civil war(s) in ex-Yugoslavia. There is also very fine amalgam of comedy and tragedy (for example, we have ridiculously and burlesque moments when leader of the troupe Stanislav tries to assure Croat Commander that they are Croat actors and just few minutes later there is distressing and touching

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