Pawel Pawlikowski – Serbian Epics (1992)

A film made about the Serbs as they fought in Yugoslavia in the early 90s to regain the land and the glory of their medieval empire.

In this documentary, set in Bosnia during the war, Pawlikowski steers clear of the usual cliches of war reporting. He takes on a more anthropological perspective relying not on commentary but on the power of images: a mass baptism before the final battle, the bizarre antics of the remaining members of the Karadjordje dynasty and the tribal chants of Serbian peasant/soldiers at the front line. The result is more universal enquiry into the nature of the nation state and the ethnocentric view of the world.

366MB | 44m 35s | 768×576 | avi

https://nitroflare.com/view/D415437D6AA8D12/serbian_epics.avi

Language(s):Various
Subtitles:English hardsubbed

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