The winner of the 2001 Foreign Language Oscar is a bare-knuckled, absurdly comic and at times unbearably tense look back at the madness of the Bosnian conflict. Bosnia, 1993. After a night spent lost in the fog-enshrouded countryside, a Bosnian relief squad awakes to find themselves only a few yards from the Serbian front line. Before the Bosnian soldiers even have time to panic, the Serbs open fire. Most of the Bosnians are killed, but a shell from a Serbian tank blows Tchiki (Branko Djuric), a scruffy soldier in a Rolling Stones T-shirt, into the temporary safety of an abandoned trench in what is now the no man's land between the Serbian and Bosnian fronts; Tchiki ...