Australian actress and co-writer Kym Vercoe discusses For Those Who Tell No Tales, a fictionalised drama about her real-life travels to the town of Visegrad. After returning home from the trip, she was horrified to discover that the hotel she stayed in served as a rape camp during the Bosnian War. The story first became a theatre show, then a feature-length movie, and has since resonated well with audiences. Executive producer Dzemila Talic Arnautovic additionally shares her thoughts on the film and why it should be screened in high schools throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina.
2014 Sydney Film Festival: For Those Who Can Tell No Tales - Interview
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