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Rave Against the Machine

UK (MIFF 2005, documentary)

Director: Richard Rudy, James Harvey, Holly Lubbock, Steve Riley

This rock'n'roll documentary explores the relationship between war and music through a group of young survivors of the Bosnian war. Surprisingly, they look back on their lives during the siege of Sarajevo with nostalgia.
D/P Richard Rudy, James Harvey, Holly Lubbock, Stevan Riley WS Barefoot Films TD video/col, B&W/2005

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