Directed by Goran RadovanovicItalian title: Enclave
Serbia, Germany / 2015 / 92'
Filip Subaric (Nenad), Denis Muric (Bashkim), Nebojša Glogovac (Vojislav “Voja” Arsic), Anica Dobra (Milica Arsic), Meto Jovanovski (Milutin Arsic), Cun Lajçi (il nonno di Bashkim/Bashkim's gr

Kosovo 2004, five years after the war. Nenad is an introverted Serbian boy who lives with his father and his ailing grandfather in a village in northern Kosovo, which is a tiny Christian enclave protected by United Nations KFOR troops. Nenad rides in a tank to and from the school where he seems to be the only pupil, and he has little involvement with the scruffy, football-playing, Albanian-speaking Kosovar kids who live nearby. One of these latter is Bashkim, who holds a particular grudge against the Serbs, whom he blames for the death of his father. On a day, when a wedding in the village coincides with Nenad’s grandfather’s funeral, the two kids find themselves face to face in an involuntary and potentially tragic confrontation.

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