It's not clever or hip and it certainly isn't fun, but this jagged, melancholy drama about war correspondents in 1992 Sarajevo lives up to its brutal commitment to remind viewers that war is always hell. Adapted from Natasha's
English television-journalist Michael Nicholson's memoir of his decision to abandon a lifelong commitment to journalistic detachment and rescue one child from the agonizing disintegration of Yugoslavia, this fiercely heartfelt film revolves around three journalists: Michael Henderson
(Stephen Dillane, playing Nicholson's fictional counterpart), Jane Carson (Kerry Fox) and Flynn (Woody Harrelson). A veteran of the world's hot spo...