On August 11, 1999, while the world celebrated, most of Serbia’s population barricaded themselves in their homes and nuclear bunkers, in fear of the lunar shadow. Using this event as a metaphor for nation’s unclean conscience about the consequences of its political choices, in this essay documentary director confronts her country’s wartime and criminal past, and the evil that is still on the loose today.
Petar Mitric for Taskovski Films
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