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Martyrs
Directed by Denis Cviticanin
Produced by Executive producer:
Denis Cviticanin
Producer: Vladika Grigorije
Co-producer:
Dragan Davidovic
Written by Denis Cviticanin
Running time 132 min.
Country Canada, Serbia, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Language English
Serbian

Martyrs (Serbian: Мученици, Mučenici) is a 2008 Canadian-Serbian feature docudrama film by Denis Cviticanin.[1]

The film discusses the war crimes committed in the Lora prison camp in Split, Croatia, from 1992 to 1997 when mainly Serbian residents of Split and prisoners of war were imprisoned by Croatian forces. The camp was the site of human rights abuses resulting in reports to the United Nations[2] and the controversial trial, acquittal, retrial and conviction of prison guards.

References

  1. ^ IMDb Title Page
  2. ^ FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA COMMITTEE FOR GATHERING DATA ON CRIMES COMMITTED AGAINST HUMANITY AND INTERNATIONAL LAW (10 1998). "CRIME OF GENOCIDE AGAINST SERBS IN THE PRISON CAMP "LORA" IN SPLIT IN THE PERIOD 1991-1997". http://www.balkanpeace.org/wcs/wct/wcts/wcts22.shtml. Retrieved 2006-06-10. 

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