Equal parts soap drama and ham-fisted morality tale, this scrappy film made in the UK by Bosnian-born filmmaker Jasmin Dizdar follows the intertwined lives of Londoners touched, directly or indirectly, by war in the former Yugoslavia. It
opens with an obvious metaphor: a Serb (Dado Jehan) and a Croat (Faruk Pruti) from the same small village accidentally meet on a London bus; the resulting brawl sends both to the hospital, where they're forced to share a room. The hospital's overwhelmed obstetrician (Nicholas Farrell) is dealing
simultaneously with his wife's abandonment and a refugee couple who don't want the baby they're about to have. Resident Port...