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I read other reviews on this film, I saw that people liked this film, but for some reason I did not.
First of all, I think that plot is not that realistic even for Sarajevo of those times. These things do not really happen in a small city like Sarajevo for a long period of time. I think that such a plot would of been foiled within a half of a day in Sarajevo.
Acting is very good, most of these actors are actors with many awards from various film festivals, and I think if Bosnia was the USA they would be very popular actors with many Hollywood roles.
Directing is excellent and it resembles action films made with a high budget. I hope that director Vuletic gets opportunity to direct in the future.
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