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WARCHILD
WARCHILD Rated: NR    Runtime: 103 mins.
Starts Friday, August 22

This is the U.S. Premiere of WARCHILD, the second part of Christian Wagner’s planned Balkan Blues Trilogy, describes the dilemma of the people whose lives were ruptured by the Bosnian conflict. Thirty-year-old Senada tries to find peace after the war.   In the whirlwind of the conflict, she has been separated from her then two-year-old daughter Aida, who has since been listed as missing. But Senada refuses to give up her search and finds out that she’s been given to German foster parents. After a harrowing illegal border crossing to Ulm, a town in Southern Germany, Senada finds her: now 12 and renamed Kristina, being raised by a well-to-do German couple. As she observes her daughter from a cafe near their home, Senada discovers she can’t trust anyone. Dir. Christian Wagner. Germany 2006, German/Bosnian w/ English subtitles, 103 min. Showtimes: Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00. Additional Saturday, Sunday & Wednesday matinees at (2:30) & 4:45.

"Psychologically and politically profound... one of those rare war films, like "Apocalypse Now" and "Hiroshima Mon Amour," that makes brilliant use of symbolism." -- Tamara Straus, SF Chronicle