The first Western film to be shot in Albania, this story revolves around a long-time political prisoner, who on his release takes it on himself to arbitrate revenge killings plaguing the country. The ancient code of the mountain inspires an endless cycle of bloody violence with its codified and ritualistic sense of honor that belongs to the Middle Ages. A rich and moody vision of a singular and troubled world, the film gives a timely insight into the horrors occurring not only in Albania, but throughout the entire Balkan region.
Enemy mine, a six part series, gives voice to ordinary individuals whose lives bear witness to the contemporary consequences of age-old tensions. These narratives may seem like fictional constructs, but they are true, and they are enacted by the real people involved, not by actors.