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The Hunting Party

Dir: Richard Shepard USA 2007. 100mins A textbook study in the dangers of trying to have one's cake and eat it, The Hunting Party mixes earnest sentimentality and black comedy in an unlikely yarn about the search for a Bosnian Serb war criminal by a maverick TV news crew. On one level, the film clearly wants to be a committed drama based on the well-documented mix of inertia and behind-the-scenes political manoeuvring that has allowed major war criminals ...

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