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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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No Man's Land / NO MAN'S LAND
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This is the story of two soldiers, Ciki and Nino, one Bosnian and the other Serbian, trapped between enemy lines in ?no man's land? during the 1993 Bosnia war. While Ciki and Nino try to find a way out of their complicated problem, a UN peace-keeping sergeant prepares to help them, despite his superiors' orders to the contrary. The media take charge of converting a simple anecdote into an international media event. Tension grows between those involved and the press patiently waits for new information, while Nino and Ciki try to negotiate the price of their own lives amid the madness of war.
DANIS TANOVIC Born in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Danis Tanovic has directed a number of highly recognized documentaries on the Bosnia war, such as Portraits d'artistes pendant la guerre (1994), L'aube (1996) winner of the European Union's Echo Award, and Ça ira (1998). He was moreover in charge of the film archives for the Bosnian Army, for whom he shot over 300 hours on the front at Sarajevo, material that has been used for all sorts of reports the world over.
Danis Tanovic
Danis Tanovic
Walther Vanden Ende
Francesca Calvelli
Danis Tanovic
Branko Djuric, Rene Bitorajac, Filip Sovagovic, Georges Siatidis
The Sales Company 62, Shaftesbury Av. London W1D 6LT Tel. 44 20 74 34 90 61 Fax
Running Time
98 m.
Bosnia and Herzegovina - France - Slovenia - Italy - UK - Belgium
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