Sarajevo Revisited is the story of three remarkable children who grew up during the war in Bosnia We first visited them in their then besieged hometown of Sarajevo in 1995. Three years of bitter war in the heart of Europe had left Bosnia utterly destroyed and as true in most wars, the children seemed to have suffered most. At age ten, Emir Spiritovic, Irena Dragoje and Naida Kuduz seemed to cope with the effects of the war in very different ways: sometimes defiant and angry, more often sad and deeply frightned.
Eight years after the war Emir, Irena and Naida turn 18. At first sight they seem to be no different then kids of their ages in Berlin, Paris or Londen. They visit house parties, they skate, wear designer clothes and they chat with friends around the world on their computers. But under the surface war has left its traces. Sarajevo Revisited is the compelling story of a reunion with three war children who now embody the future of their country.
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