Bosnia 2001. Two soldiers, a Bosnian and a Serb, are trapped together in no man’s land, in a situation which would be comical if they were not in mortal danger. This Oscar winner explores the futility of the Bosnian war, and takes a dig at the United Nations, who appear utterly incapable of doing anything positive to help. Running time: 98 minutes plus short item. Bosnian and Serbian, with English subtitles. Classification reason: strong violence.
Short item – AZAAR. This is a coming-of-age story set amongst a very picturesque small mountainous community in 19th century South Asia. A young and spirited young girl yearns to wear the veil and become a woman without realising the costs that may entail. Terrific photography. Running time: 21 minutes.