Tuesday, September 02, 2014


Angelina Jolie's Bosnia Movie Gets Hollywood Award

Angela Jolie's Bosnia war film "In the Land of Blood and Honey" is being honored by Hollywood movie producers for its portrayal of social issues.

The Producers Guild of America said on December 13 that the movie -- Jolie's directing debut which she also wrote -- would be given the 2012 Stanley Kramer Award.

The movie tells a tale of love between a Serb man and a Muslim woman before the 1990s Bosnian war who later meet in different circumstances when he is an army officer and she is his detainee.
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by: Darren from: Canada
December 17, 2011 20:49
It is the wrong education of some Serbs (both formal, in schools, and informal, from family elders) that led them to commit the unspeakable atrocities at Srebenica. Most scientists agree that people a born “tabula rasa”, that is, without prejudices. People are not born evil; they may become so via education or experience. Serbs are not the only ones. There are many other people around the world who would do the same if they believed they’d go unpunished. Hence, I think it important for the long-term survival of the human race to figure out how people acquire the mentality of mass-murderers. I think sociologists and psychologists should try to find out for example, how two people, living in the same geographical area could behave so differently from each other. Why some Serbs committed the atrocities at Srebenica, Sarajevo, Vucovar against people of the same or close ethnicity, while Albanians saved total strangers (both by ethnicity and religion) at the risk of there own lives. If you don’t know what I am talking about, please read this article: http://www.thespec.com/news/world/article/273943--albania-rescued-jews-in-grand-gesture-of-wwii

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