Pogledajte britanski dokumentarni film “Two hours from London” – Dva sata od Londona. Reditelj filma Jill Craigie odlično prikazuje situaciju u periodu agresije na Republiku Bosnu i Hercegovinu. Film posebno razobličava licemjeran odnos Velike Britanije i drugih vodećih zapadnih sila spram agresije i genocida u BiH. Ovo je zasigurno jedan od najboljih dokumentarnih filmova o agresiji na BiH i toplo Vam ga preporučujemo. Film je sniman 1995. godine, traje 30 minuta, a titlovan je na Bosanski jezik.
Two Hours from London is a brilliant, passionate polemic about the war in the former Yugoslavia. The final film by Jill Craigie, it outlines the role played by Serbian nationalism in Yugoslavia's break-up, and how the opportunism of Serbia's president Slobodan Milosevic led to the worst genocide in Europe since the end of the Second World War.
When Two Hours from London was made in the mid-1990s, the prevalent view in the west, and certainly among the media and political class in the UK, was that the wars in the former Yugoslavia were the result of ancient ethnic hatreds. What the film shows is that the predominant cause of the conflict was the drive for ‘Greater Serbia’. Far from being a civil war, the war in the former Yugoslav republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina was an invasion by Serbia, which wanted to carve up large parts of Bosnia's territory for itself.
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