Back to Bosnia

Back to Bosnia

Na Put Kući, U Tuđinu

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In 1992, the multi-ethnic city of Banja Luka, Bosnia, was invaded by militant Serb forces. Fearing for their children's lives, Emir and Aida Vajraca sent their 15 year-old daughter and 6 year-old son to safety in nearby Croatia. Eleven months later, Aida followed, leaving behind her husband and home. Forced out of his own house, and under the constant threat of "ethnic cleansing," Emir struggled to save the country he loved by joining a humanitarian organization dedicated to bringing aid to prisoners of war and helping people escape nearby concentration camps for 3 years. When the war was over Emir joined his family in America. This film is the story of the Vajrača family's return in 2003 to reclaim their home in Banja Luka and their confrontation with the scars of war.
Branch Call Number: DVD 949.703 BAC
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (67 min.) :,sound, color ;,4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: Vajrača, Sabina 1977-


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