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THE ENEMY

by Dejan Zečević

synopsis

Bosnia, 1995, the seventh day of peace: an engineering unit is removing mines from the border between the two sides who until recently, were at war. Each of the soldiers is burdened by experiences from the frontline; each is facing his fears in his own way. Some are prone to self-destruction while others are happy to be alive. Some are catatonic due to trauma; others take refuge in prayer...

international title: The Enemy
original title: Neprijatelj
country: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary
sales agent: Insomnia World Sales
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Dejan Zečević
film run: 108'
screenplay: Dorde Milosavljevic
cast: Aleksandar Stojković, Vuk Kostic, Tihomir Stanic, Marija Pikic
cinematography by: Dušan Joksimović
film editing: Marko Glušac
music: Nemanja Mosurovic
production: Biberche Productions, Balkan Film, Maxima film, Tivoli Film Productions
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