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I agree pretty much with the comments already posted, but still feel the film is worthy of interest. I watched this film when it came on satellite TV because of an interest in the First World War in general and Bosnia-Herzegovina history in particular, and I believe my prior knowledge of the subject made it less inaccessible than it might be to other viewers. Yes, it's low budget to say the least, and the writing and acting is for the most part wooden. However there is some interesting location shooting in Bosnia, both in town and country, and there is also a sensitive performance by Macedonian actress Sinolicka Trpkova, who was previously seen in the Yugoslavian mini-series-turned-TVmovie 'The Time of the Gypsies'. So while agreeing for the most part with my fellow reviewers, I feel the film is worthy of investigation, and can take its place among other films on the wider subject of Yugoslavian history such as 'Time of Miracles', 'Pretty Village, Pretty Flame', 'Before the Rain' and 'Underground'. By the way, the prison doctor Dr Levin was not played by Bruno Ganz, but by the late French actor Philippe Léotard.
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