The general and the politician are both successfully tracked down after years in hiding and are on trial for war crimes in The Hague.
The conflict they unleashed in Bosnia is seen through the eyes of two families, one Muslim, one Serb, in particular the two sons, former friends and neighbours, who find themselves on opposing sides.
Naadim, is a survivor of the massacre of nine thousand Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica, among them his father and brother. Andrija is a member of the Bosnian Serb army.
Naadim and his sister, Munereva, tormented by their experiences, obsessed and consumed with rage, see killing to avenge their loved ones as their only way forward in life.
The general is Naadim’s target but Munereva wants to kill Andrija. Does their plotting succeed? Do they manage to carry out their own form of justice? And what role do the secret services and the supporters of the war criminals play behind the scenes?political