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Welcome To Sarajevo

Rated R for brutal images/war atrocities and language.

R 101min.
 
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A startling examination of the Bosnian war of the mid-1990s and the role of journalists in covering it, this film was based on real-life journalist Michael Nicholson's book Natasha's Story. Read More
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