Directed by Predrag Antonijevic in 1998. At the end of the 80's, Joshua Rose works in the security department of the American embassy in Paris. A bomb kills his wife and their son who were waiting for him in a coffee shop opposite the embassy. Joshua then goes in a mosque nearby and kills ten people who were praying. He joins then the foreign legion and six years later enlists in the Serbian army as a sniper.
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Without scruples nor remorse, Joshua methodically kills men, women and children until the day he murders his partner Goran who wanted to kill a woman about to have a baby. Joshua helps Vera, who were raped by the Moslems of Bosnia, to give birth to her daughter and brings her back to her family. Vera's father drives her out of his house and Joshua proposes to the girl to drive her to a refugee camp in Split. The task of Joshua is complicated by the fact that Vera does not want to take care of her daughter. Joshua must now avoid the soldiers, Serbian as well as Moslems, who slaughter and plunder the villages that the couple must pass through. Vera's maternal love appears finally when the baby is threatened and she soon sacrifices herself in order to allow Joshua to save the baby. From now on all alone, Joshua takes a bus with the intention to drop off the child in a center of the Red Cross.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler