The Cordon (Serbian: Кордон; Croatian: Kordon;) is a 2002 Yugoslavian film directed by Goran Marković. It won Grand Prix des Amériques, the main prize at the Montreal World Film Festival. Marković's film focuses on one police “cordon” (patrol) against the 1996–1997 protests in Serbia that attempted to overthrow Slobodan Milošević.
- Odile Tremblay (8 September 2003), "FFM - Le Grand Prix des Amériques au Cordon de Markovic", Le Devoir (in French)
- Ruth Parkin-Gounelas (2012), The Psychology and Politics of the Collective, ISBN 978-0415510264,
Goran Marković's Cordon (2002) is the only other film I have seen that deals directly with the mass protests of 1996–97.
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