Dennis Quaid takes a road trip through hell deep in the war-torn mountains of Bosnia in this brutal yet entertaining film. The life of Joshua Rose (Quaid) – an American working for the US government in Paris – breaks out when his wife (Nastassja Kinski) and son are killed in a terrorist bombing.
Believing that this is the work of an Islamic extremist group, Josh enters a Paris mosque, locking up a group of innocent worshipers, then escaping into the Benami property of the foreign military.
Six years later, Josh experiences hatred and vengeance on an even more frightening scale: known as Guy, he finds himself fighting with the Serbian army in Bosnia, shooting soldiers and children as he goes to hell on Earth.
Can be found in Based on her name, her national identity, and her soul, Guy is given a chance to reconnect with the world of the living when she is Vera (Natasa Ninkovich) – a Serbian woman, raped by her Muslim prisoners Was, saves lives.
And his unwanted, half-Muslim baby, and tries to provide protection to them. Written and directed by Peter Antoinjevic, who was born in the former Yugoslavia, the film presents an extremely graphic depiction of wartime tyranny, and the constant stream of mutation and death is difficult to stomach.
But this is hardly thankful: the violence effectively kicks the audience out of the CNN stupa, and this war gains even more awareness. Glassy-eyed and groof, the quad performs quite well Sgt. Rock impersonation, but when asked to do so, hits a decidedly pained note.
However, the film deals with Ninkovic and the other Balkan landscapes: both convey a sense of anguished life and beauty that is completely heartbreaking.
It is produced by Janet Yang and Oliver Stone. The duration of this is 1 hour 43 minutes.