Unlike the previous movies, this was the first time Boyer had shown No Man’s Land…at least since the creation of this blog! Set during the Bosnian war during the 1990s (which occurred as a result of the separation of various nations from Yugoslavia) , this 2001 movie was filmed in a variety of places including Slovenia, and includes many languages like Bosnian, English, French, and German. Here’s the deal: Two Bosnians and a Serb find themselves in the same trench. Problem is, they’re enemies in a confusing war, and one of the Bosnian soldiers is stuck on top of a mine which will explode if he moves. Chaos ensues, the UN “Smurfs” are called to solve the problem, and the ending…I won’t say. Those who watched it took a collective quiz at the end for class credit!
No Man’s Land