Uspomene 677 a feature documentary which explores contemporary life in Bosnia and shows how the vivid memories of the civil war still have a detrimental impact on today’s Bosnian society.
There were 677 prison, concentration and rape camps set up during the Bosnian war. This hard-hitting documentary is about the horrific legacy that is left to the following generations. Giving an inter-generational perspective to the fallout from the conflict, Uspomene 677 focuses on the lives of three survivors, together with three teenagers born after the war. Each character is from each main ethno-religious group, which gives a unique, rounded view of how the devastating effects of the war still affect Bosnia today.
Uspomene 677 was selected for Raindance Film Festival 2011 and was nominated for Best Low Budget Feature Film; is represented for sales by Journeyman Pictures and has sold to 9 countries including Al Jazeera. In addition, the film is highly supported by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt which has led to many opportunities to work with the Pitt Jolie Foundation.