Quite a disturbing film we have here. It is very realistic, in that it shows you how life is in this part of Macedonia with the fighting going on with the Albanians.
The film is divided into 3 parts; 2 parts in Macedonia and 1 part in London. They all come together in the end, to drive home several points related to love, war, family, tradition, etc. The music was excellent, the acting was pretty good for the most part and the translation from Macedonian to English through subtitles was superb from what I could tell (I speak enough Macedonian to get by).
Overall, it's a film worth seeing, also see "No Man's Land", which is similar in content.