AroView: A devastating, personal account of a nightmarish dilemma for a wife and mother working as a translator between the UN, the Serbian aggressors and thousands of displaced Bosnian Muslims. Sure to be high on our best of the year list.
Inferring the prevailing conflict in the Ukraine, we couldn’t put it better than this review quote from CineVue:
“As a fictionalised account of what was once described as the worst European genocide in the post-war period, it is wrenching and vital in its bitter grief. As a study of political and diplomatic inertia in the face of contemporary global human tragedies, it could not be more urgent.”