From Joel Rubinoff of the Waterloo Record:
- Gritty drama takes an ambitious look at the private hell of peacekeepers
“Ugly, depressing and filled with a surfeit of cable hallmarks — gratuitous sex, grisly violence and ear-bleeding profanity — this ambitious look at the private hell of UN peacekeepers trying to maintain a fragile truce between Muslim and Christian factions in a Casablanca-like no man’s land will be a poison pill for anyone hoping for feel-good homilies about doing the right thing.” Read more.
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