There is a picture of a nude man in a magazine briefly shown.
A colonel has a secretary who acts suggestively. She sits on the table and her thighs are visible but her face is not shown.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


The best foreign language film in 2001 is a little late to watch after eight years, but I doubt I can understand it in 2001. At that time, the girl closest to me in the class was Mrs. nansila, who lived in Belgrade. We skipped classes together, copied each other’s homework, and exchanged CDs from time to time (I turned her into a fan of Qi Qin). When her mother came, she invited me to dinner, gave me a beautiful penholder, and invited me to Yugoslavia. At that time, I only knew that Yugoslavia was a bit messy. Even the legendary Belgrade Red Star team could only disperse birds and animals, and the rest could not understand. English was not very good. When a Yugoslav girl told me history, I could only stare at her with innocent big eyes.

Just after watching the film, I felt that the tension and dynamic performance between the three people in the trench was very great, but the others in the film were very thin, even quite pan politicized. With the director’s ability to describe the three people’s moods, he can write others in the same three-dimensional way. There is no distinction between good and evil, but he doesn’t. Later I realized that what he said was just a fable. These three people are not just ciki, Nino and Cera. Their names are Bosnia, Serbia and Yugoslavia. The names of others are peacekeeping forces, heads of state and the news media. They are just simple signs. The labels on them are enthusiastic and helpless, crafty and ignorant. Each sign must be simple and one-sided enough to set off the situation between the three protagonists. It is so three-dimensional, complex and inexplicable. (to twin: maybe writing novels is the same. It’s not necessary to make everyone full. It may even be harmful.)

Soon after the film began, Bosnia and Serbia came out of the two opposing camps and met in the three no matter where they belong. In the middle, because of the ownership of the gun, the strengths and weaknesses exchanged several rounds, but they didn’t kill each other. Bosnia said, “I can’t kill him. We’re not like them.” Serbia kindly handed cigarettes to Yugoslavia (actually another Bosnian soldier) lying on a mine and could not move, so it lost its dominant position. Although they refused to exchange names – “because the next time we meet, it’s through the sight on the gun” – they talked about the tall blonde girl. In both of them, you think mankind has hope after all, and the enthusiastic peacekeepers are coming soon?

However, in the second half of the film, you watch Bosnia and Serbia escalate step by step from a relatively peaceful state until they can’t reconcile. Bosnia clenched his teeth and thought: I must kill him! I must kill him! At this time, can he still remember that in the trench, the two men had quarreled red in the face over who started the war? At this time, who knows whose fault all this is?

Bosnia and Serbia finally died together, right in front of the peacekeeping forces and the media. The only thing left is Yugoslavia, which is still alive, but lies on an irresistible mine and will be broken to pieces if it moves a little. When the demining experts of the peacekeeping forces arrived, Yugoslavia said with a bitter smile: the whole world is looking at me, but I want to shit. By nightfall, the whole world had gone. No matter sincere or false, no one can save it. Only Yugoslavia itself is still lying on that mine, waiting for an unsolvable fate.

I have a bad taste. I always start with the lowest evaluation, because good swearing often has more content (Douban comments don’t seem to be ranked by parity, which makes me very unhappy). But this time, I was disappointed. Basically, people who give negative comments are questioning the credibility of the film, why Serbia can walk around with a close range gunshot wound in the abdomen, and why the mine can’t be eliminated. Someone on IMDB said: I hate those movies. The situation is very simple. Every audience can see the solution. It only took me two minutes to think of it, but it seems very difficult to play it in the film, I hate movies in which the solution is so obvious to any member of the audience, but the whole thing plods on as it is a difficult problem, and even remains unresolved at the end… It took me about two minutes to figure that out I think if he is not very young, he is a pure science student like me eight years ago. He loves logic and theory. He doesn’t know that mine is not called mine, but human nature.

This film is just a fable. It says not only Yugoslavia, not only war, but also the human deadlock we can’t escape.

A friend once said: sometimes, there’s no way out He said love, but I was horrified to find that love is also connected with war. In fact, love and war are the same. They are just fables of human nature.

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