by Rémy Ourdan and Patrick Chauvel (France, 2016, 1h30)

Sarajevo endured the longest siege in modern history. From 1992 to 1996, the journalist Rémy Ourdan shared the everyday lives of its inhabitants. Without dualism, the film gives voice to fighters, to artists and to simple citizens in order to tell us the story of this population's struggle for survival against barbarism, illustrated with archive images.