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Catching Mladic by Pighetti, Oliver

The International Criminal Tribunal wants to try Ratko Mladic for war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity. However, this war criminal has a loyal fan base in Serbia where he is being portrayed as a national hero. Thanks to the Mladic Network, he remained at liberty for over a decade. This documentary film investigates this network and gives the viewer new insights in the persecution of Mladic. Furthermore, the film contains interviews with Mladics family, the International Criminal Tribunal, the Serbian army and police force and Eufor.

Political Interest
Ratko Mladic was a commander of the Serbian army located in Bosnia. Shortly after the Bosnian Republic's declaration of independence in 1992, Mladic started the infamous Siege of Sarajevo. Mladic is accused of ethnic cleansing by killing the non-Serbian population in Bosnia. Although he was indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal of the former Yugoslavia International for genocide, crimes against humanity, and numerous war crimes, he has been able to live in freedom in Serbia until his arrest in 2011.

Director
Pighetti, Oliver
Copyright Holder
Java Films SARL
Duration
60 min.
Year of release
2010
Language
English, Serbian, French

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