During the Bosnian War, the captive Bosnian Ajla is brought with other women to a Serbian barrack to serve the soldiers. The commander Danijel recognizes Ajla that he met in a night-club and wooed her and he discreetly protects her. They rekindle their love, but can they trust on each other?
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for war violence and atrocities including rape, sexuality, nudity and language
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16 February 2012 (Netherlands)
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Also Known As:
U zemlji krvi i meda
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Opening Weekend USA: $9,479,
30 December 2011
Gross USA: $303,877
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Shot back to back in two versions, one in English and the other in the native Serbo-Croatian. See more
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[aiming rifle at Ajla
I asked myself, "Why is it so easy for some men to kill the other?"
And then I wondered, "Would she kill me if she had the chance?"
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