Bosnia, 1992. Luka, a Serbian engineer, settles in a village with his family. Luka will build the railroad that will transform the region into a tourist’s paradise, connecting Bosnia to Serbia. War in former Yugoslavia by acclaimed director Emir Kusturica.
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Kusturica is a lot of fun, as always. Life Is a Miracle has all the elements we've come to expect from him: dazzling color, slapstick, farm animals, brass bands, bawdy humor, plenty of copulation, and war. It's a bit more polished and less intense than his other works, but still a great effort.
Trying to translate the titles in German may be understood and/or tolerated upto a point. But at least put it right! Life is not a wound!! And in case the editor is trying to make an irony, this is really a very cheap one.