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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE SHORT DOCUMENTARY

A BOY FROM A WAR MOVIE

TFF 2005
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE A BOY FROM A WAR MOVIE [TFF 2005]
When his mother is raped by a Serb soldier and then sent to the other side of the border late in her pregnancy, 10-year-old Alen is abandoned in the middle of the Bosnian conflict. This short explores both the tragedy of the Bosnian nation and the beauty and cruelty of its people.
When his mother is raped by a Serb soldier and then sent to the other side of the border late in her pregnancy, 10-year-old Alen is abandoned in the middle of the Bosnian conflict. This short explores both the tragedy of the Bosnian nation and the beauty and cruelty of its people.
Film Information
Year: 2004
Length: 27 minutes
Language: Bosnian
Country:
Premiere: U.S.
Special Note

About the Director(s)
Šemsudin Gegic was born in 1951 in Zavidovici, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art (theater, film, radio and television) in Belgrade in the former Yugoslavia. He received a fellowship from Television of Bosnia and Herzegovina, to study directing in Milan in 1995. He is a winner of a great number of domestic and international awards for his work in the field of drama and his documentary films.

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