'Men Don't Cry': Karlovy Vary Review

In Men Don’t Cry, an empty Serbian hotel becomes one more battleground in the ceaseless Yugoslav Wars. Nearly 20 years after the official end of hostilities, many former combatants have still never truly escaped, a fact that director Alen Drljević’s feature debut presses home with both subtlety and force, working as a close-quarters drama that plays something like 12 Angry Men if all the men were guilty.

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