On the 22nd of November 2017, the Bosnian Serb General, Ratko Mladic, was found guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity in The Hague and sentenced to life in prison.
Mladic was one of the most infamous figures of the Bosnian war of the 1990s and became synonymous with the murder of over 7,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica in 1995 — the worst crime on European soil since World War II.
Filmed over five years with unprecedented access to the Prosecution, the Defence, witnesses who came forward to give evidence and Mladic’s family members, this film tells an epic story of justice, accountability and a country trying to escape from its bloody past.
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