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No Man's Land

Format: DVD     Release Date: 04/09/2002
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The grim futility of the war between Bosnia and Serbia is reduced to its essence as two enemy soldiers are forced to share a wary trust for one another in this drama. A group of Bosnian soldiers are advancing upon Serbian territory during a misty night when the fog lifts at daybreak, making them plainly visible to their enemy. Serb forces open fire upon them, and soon only Chiki (Brancko Djuric) is still alive, after diving into a trench in no man's land. Two Serbian soldiers scouting the area set up a land mine using the body of a Bosnian soldier as "bait;" if moved, the mine will jump into the air and explode. Chiki watches as the soldiers set the trap, and furious at the disrespect to his fallen comrades, he kills one of the Serbs, and takes the other, Nino (Rene Bitorajac), hostage. With both soldiers alone and equally armed, they find themselves at a stalemate, and begin trying to attract help from either side. Eventually, the two men are found by a squadron of French soldiers attached to a U.N. peacekeeping unit; now held by supposedly neutral forces, Chiki and Nino are with the French troops when it's discovered that the dead Bosnian soldier isn't dead after all, though no one is sure how to disarm the mine without killing him in the process. No Man's Land was the debut feature from Bosnian writer and director Danis Tanovic. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Side #1 -- Widescreen

1. Main Title/The Foggiest [5:44]
2. Caught Between the Lines [6:07]
3. Smoking/Man on the Mine [8:42]
4. Ours or Theirs? [6:34]
5. War of Words [2:58]
6. Cera Lives [10:40]
7. The French Are Coming [5:36]
8. Old Sweetheart [2:15]
9. "Nothing I Can Do" [1:12]
10. They Came, Saw & Left [6:28]
11. Global News Knows [9:32]
12. "Help Is Coming" [5:33]
13. On Site With the Maniacs [6:44]
14. The De-Miner's Mistakes [3:50]
15. Pandemonium & Clean-Up [9:15]
16. Trenches/Credits [6:12]

Side #2 -- Standard

1. Main Title/The Foggiest [5:34]
2. Caught Between the Lines [6:07]
3. Smoking/Man on the Mine [8:42]
4. Ours or Theirs? [6:34]
5. War of Words [2:58]
6. Cera Lives [10:40]
7. The French Are Coming [5:36]
8. Old Sweetheart [2:15]
9. "Nothing I Can Do" [1:12]
10. They Came, Saw & Left [6:28]
11. Global News Knows [9:32]
12. "Help Is Coming" [5:33]
13. On Site With the Maniacs [6:44]
14. The De-Miner's Mistakes [3:50]
15. Pandemonium & Clean-Up [9:15]
16. Trenches/Credits [6:12]
  • Format: DVD
  • Release Date: April 09, 2002
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Region: 1
  • Studio: MGM
  • Length: 97 minutes
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Formats: Wide Screen Enhanced (16x9), Pan & Scan
  • Discs: 1
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • UPC: 027616874788
  • Product ID: 2145032
  • Genre: War

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