Location: Bartos Screening Room
With director Ognjen Glavonic and cinematographer Tatjana Krstevski in person
Presented in cooperation with Union Docs.
Dir. Ognjen Glavonic. Serbia. 2016. 80 mins. North American Premiere. In Serbian with English Subtitles. In 1999, while NATO was bombing Yugoslavia, a truck containing 53 dead bodies plunged into the Danube near the border with Romania. Where did the bodies come from, how did they wind up on a truck near the Danube, and what horrors led to their deaths? Pairing powerful, masterfully edited audio testimony with present-day footage of deceptively banal locations, Serbian director Ognjen Glavonic pieces together the story of a nation’s mass crime against its own people and elaborate cover-up. Undeterred by a sparse visual record, Depth Two answers with an extraordinary assertion of cinema.
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