Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this Danish drama, a Bosnian refugee's teenage daughter displeases her father when she becomes friends with an adoring Copenhagen boy. Josip Papic, lost most everything in the Balkan conflict, including his wife. Belma is all he has left. He is mistrustful of her new friend Rasmus, the fifteen-year-old son of an antique shop owner. Before meeting Belma, Rasmus' sole occupation was playing computer war games and trying to earn money for a CD-ROM. For Josip, trouble comes in the form of an ex-prison guard and torturer who has also become a refugee. When the other newly-landed Bosnians learn of his arrival, they band together and nearly kill him. Unfortunately, Josip, who was not even there, is arrested for the crime. Fortunately, clever Rasmus has a scheme to prove him innocent.
killing, false-accusation, family-disapproval, investigation, love, murder