The Cordon

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.[1] Marković's film focuses on one police “cordon” (patrol) against the 1996–1997 protests in Serbia that attempted to overthrow Slobodan Milošević.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Odile Tremblay (8 September 2003), "FFM - Le Grand Prix des Amériques au Cordon de Markovic", Le Devoir (in French)
  2. ^ 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.