The documentary film "The Weight Of Chains" will deal with tough issues concerning the breakup of Yugoslavia and the consequences of a decade of instability and war. It will present strong arguments which uncover the true reasons behind Western intervention in the Balkans and why .
The film began with production in late 2009 in several cities throughout Canada including Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto, continued in early 2010 in the United States - Columbus, Dayton, New York and Washington, and was finalized in the Summer of 2010 in Slovenia - Ljubljana; Croatia - Vukovar, Djakovo, Jasenovac, Zagreb, Gospic, Knin; Bosnia-Herzegovina - Sarajevo, Trebinje; Serbia - Belgrade, Subotica, Kosovska Mitrovica, Trepca, Pristina, Orahovac, Prizren and Strpce. "The Weight Of Chains" is currently in post-production.
The director of this film, ;Boris Malagurski, has made several films to date, the last one being "Kosovo | Can You Imagine?", a controversial documentary exposing how remaining Serbs in Kosovo have little or no basic human rights, which won several awards on film festivals around the world and was broadcasted as well. "The Weight Of Chains", which is planned for release in October 2010, will present a Canadian perspective on Western involvement in the division of the ethnic groups within Yugoslavia and show that the war was forced from outside -- regular people wanted peace.
However, extreme fractions on all sides, fuelled by their foreign mentors, outvoiced the moderates and even ten years after the last conflict -- the hatred remains and people continue spreading myths of what really happened in the 1990s. What really happened?