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Published on Nov 10, 2016
A film by Ognjen Glavonić (Serbia, France, 2016, 80’)
BEST FEATURE-LENGTH DOCUMENTARY AWARD at the 57th FESTIVAL DEI POPOLI Motivation: "It all starts at a river: like a journey against the stream, the film reveals a dramatic episode of a recent and not much distant war. Calm voices, emotionless, tell about ethnic cleaning operations, mass murders and executions in which they were involved. They are audio-tracks recorded at tribunal. The images are shot on the scenes of the crime, today. In the articulation between images and story, we dive into the mechanism of a massacre and we perceive how these mechanisms can take place, always, everywhere. A powerful cinematographic writing, an outstanding piece of art, a document on our recent history, a film where we learn about ourselves".