Hailed by the Village Voice as a "Masterpiece", and garnering awe-struck reviews in the U.S. and Europe, Welcome to Sarajevo has been compared to Battle of Algier for its unsentimental and profoundly moving look at the heart-breaking war in Bosnia.
Time magazine writes: "This could have turned out to be an exercise in easy sentiment, easy to shrug off. But Frank Cottrell Boyce's script is carefully understated and director Michael Winterbottom has achieved a remarkably seamless blend of fictional and factual footage".
Starring Woody Harrelson and Marisa Tormei, Welcome to Sarajevo is clearly set o generate the sort of on-going discussion in the titre press which translates to solid screenplay sales.Reseña del editor:
Welcome to Sarajevo is set in that city during the war in Bosnia and involves a British foreign correspondent stationed in the war-torn city who discovers an orphanage on the front line, attracts international attention to the situation through his news reports, smuggles one of the children out to England, and then has to risk his life returning to the city to get the child's mother to approve his desire to adopt the child. Based on the experiences of ITN journalist, Michael Nicholson, the screenplay is exemplary in its ability to interweave catastrophic public events with an intimate personal story - and to do so in a way that is unsentimental, yet human.
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