Forward (DVD)

Forward (DVD)

           Forward (DVD)
               Genre: Drama
               War crimes, former Yugoslavia, War Crimes Tribunal, The Hague
  The monsters among us – still. Not change even as the spectacular arrest of Radovan Karadzic nothing. And there is nothing that the monsters are not always recognize themselves as such, the film makes it clear from the beginning: The camera follows a family on the beach somewhere in southern Europe, everything seems normal. But then on the way back you realize quickly that the man has obviously hiding something. He kept looking nervously into the rearview mirror, registered a car that follows him and then hangs with a risky maneuvers, the tail. When he and his wife sleep but in their holiday home, access is: A special unit stormed the flat and arrested the Bosnian Serbs and war criminals sought Goran Duric (Drazen Kuhn). As it should be done three years later before the Hague Tribunal for War Crimes of the process, the hopes of the prosecutor about Hannah Maynard (Kerry Fox) on the statements by Alen Hajdarevic (Krešimir Mikić), who claims to have seen that Duric ordered deportations. But in court themselves entangled in contradictions of the prosecution witness of lying, and finally convicted, whereupon he hangs himself. Helen Maynard, just a carriage passed over and private with the EU Special Representative for the accession negotiations of the Balkans (Rolf Lassgård) liiert is because without witnesses, the trial of Duric, who is now a high political office in his home, the Republika Srpska seeks threatens to burst. By Helen Maynard on Mira Arendt (Anamaria Marinca) encounters, the now married to a German sister Alens who seems to know a lot about the events. But the young woman wants to know about the ghosts of the past and nothing at first refused to cooperate with the chief prosecutor. And when she finally agrees to have to establish both she and Helen, that behind the scenes deals were long closed to the tiresome process against the mass murderers and Massenvergewaltiger Duric as quickly and smoothly to bring about the stage. All factual, cool and without any pathos, Hans-Christan Schmid devotes his film in a storm just as important as frightening issue that threatens to actually come in the near future into oblivion. 2010, it is decided to be set by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Balkans war, his work, 45 cases are still pending, the work of investigators and prosecutors is a race to forget. And particularly in light of the accession negotiations of the former parties to the Balkan conflict, the process run the risk of degenerating into a mere farce. The incredible suffering of the civilian population, the ethnic cleansing and mass rape – they remain unpunished in many cases because of political interests in the way of enlightenment. Unobtrusive and with cool precision describes Schmid the wheels of international justice, which leads caught between political interests and legal order one fight a losing battle, in which the victims of their terrible trauma must still go through a second time without them in the end justice is done. Although not always as compelling as, for example Jasmila Zbanic processing of the Balkan war, Grbavica, it throws this quiet thriller but a revealing light on the atrocities unpunished in recent European history. (Joachim Kurz) draw For Sale start giving away cinema zeit.de-three copies of a storm. Anyone who maybe would like to participate and win, you must first “fan” of cinema zeit.de be on Facebook. In the pot raffle will all come, up to Friday 4 have set in June 2010, 24:00 GMT Clock a “Like” or “Comment” under the lottery-mail. Is not allowed to join staff of kino-zeit.de, good movies and Piffl media. more than a “Like” or “Comment posted is” decided by lot.   Title: Forward (DVD) Original Title: Storm Country of production: Germany, Denmark, Netherlands Year of Production: 2009 Length 102 (Min.) Published at: Piffl media format: 16:9 tone / language: Dolby Digital 5.1, German, English (# ) EAN: 4047179451482 Extras: Making Of Hörfilmfassung for the Blind

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