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Marina Antunes [Celluloid 05.05.11] Bosnia and Herzegovina movie trailer news thriller

Arthouse meets thriller. I love when these two come together and it looks like the marriage of the two has found a great balance in Dejan Zečević's The Enemy.

Screening at the Cannes Market, this Serbian production takes place a week after the end of the Balkan War. A group of seven soldiers are travelling through a rural area of Bosnia dismantling landmines they had planted during the war when they encounter a man walled in at an abandoned factory. They rescue the man only to unleash some sort of supernatural force because things start going wrong: their radio goes dead and they wake to find new landmines, which they didn't place, surrounding them.

And that's just the top of the iceberg. Who is this mysterious man and why was he walled in to begin with? There's also the factor that these guys are out in the middle of nowhere with no external contact; enter the psychological angle to the story. Essentially, there's quite a bit of terrorizing going on.

Not only does this story sound intriguing but the trailer looks fantastic; dark and gorgeous.

We'll have to wait to see what becomes of The Enemy, I assume that it'll be making the rounds through the festival circuits in the coming months. Until then, be sure to check out the great trailer after the break.

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