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“Karasevdah: Srebrenica Blues” 2007 A film by Saidin Salkic, produced by Paul Komesaroff. A young man returns to Srebrenica a dozen years after he left as a boy, a dozen years after  the devastation of war, a dozen years after the worst genocide in Europe since World War II. A lyrical journey into and through the past where time and space fuse with the bare feelings war leaves behind. Sometimes memories shape the skies…   Professor Marcia Langton AM, Chair of Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne, said: “…I was reminded of my own historical burden… While a very personal statement about love and attachment, it answers the terrible question on the lips of far too many people who have experienced loss and suffering: how can we overcome this intimacy with death and learn to see the beauty and joy in the world?"