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3 years ago ID #8471


The movie, perfectly shot in widescreen by overseer of photography Miloš Kodemo, outlines Jasenovac's commandant Vjekoslav "Maks" Luburić (Marko Janketić) as so twisted, a meeting SS officer discovers him off-putting, scrutinizing the presence of the Serbs among the Jews and Roma. Maks orders with his sister (Alisa Radaković), so debased she gets explicitly energized by the viciousness and demise. And keeping in mind that we see youngsters crowded into a cellar where they will be gassed, the executions at Jasenovac are by and large more close to home, Maks cutting throats with relish while his men use heavy hammers and shakes. Antonijević just offers glints of light in death, addressed by a train vehicle in delicately falling snow where the expired take haven and discover harmony. The complicity of the Catholic Church altogether this ghastliness is underscored by the nuns who cross themselves after mass executions, their mom unrivaled remorselessly performing emergency when those dispatched to the clinic stay away for the indefinite future. [url=][/url] [url=][/url] [url=][/url] [url=][/url] [url=][/url]

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