Solid political drama inspired by actual recent events in Eastern Europe gives us a slightly miscast Rachel Weisz as a working-class Nebraska cop turned U.N. law-enforcement monitor in Bosnia, where she discovers horrible human-rights abuses.
Distributor: SAMUEL GOLDWYN Running Time: 118 mins. Color: Color Production: A Whistleblower (Gen One) Canada/Barry Films co-production, in association with Sunrise Pictures, Primary Productions, First Generation Films, Mandalay Vision and Indomitable Entertainment. Genre: Drama , Suspense Film Width: 2.35 Sound: Dolby Digital (AC-3) Language: English, Russian, Ukrainian
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