Yugoslavia: The Avoidable War

2001, Movie, NR, 165 mins

Yugoslavia: The Avoidable War
Released into theaters at a time when former Yugoslavian president Slobodan Milosevic faces criminal charges in front of an international tribunal at the Hague, George Bogdanich's lengthy, three-part documentary raises a number of provocative questions about the complex web of events surrounding the dissolution of Yugoslavia. "Part 1, Lighting the Fuse" traces the roots of the Yugoslav conflict and the role played by Western powers in turning several localized conflicts into an inevitable and (the film postulates) entirely avoidable war. With evidence that appears to contradict the official U.S. view that the Serbs started the war, Bogdanich explores the way in which...
Released: 2001 Rated: NR Length: 165 mins

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