Hillary Clinton proposes the film about the Srebrenica massacre at the Oscars
Hillary Clinton is using it last week, before the awards ceremony, to see Oscar-nominated films in various categories. On this occasion, she gave her suggestion for a film that is both artistic and historical. It is about "Quo Vadis, Aida" nicknamed in the category of Best International Film.
"For all those who are watching the Oscar-nominated films this week, I would suggest 'Quo Vadis, Aida'. The film tells the story of the Srebrenica Massacre through a woman and her efforts to save the family. "This film is an unsparing look at the violence that took place in Srebrenica," wrote Hillary Clinton.
"Quo Vadis, Aida" tells the painful story of 8,000 unfortunate men and boys who were killed and buried in mass graves in July 1995. The event is otherwise known as the Bosnian Tragedy. The Serbian army demanded the extermination of the Bosnian Muslims. Killed as a result 8 thousand boys and men, from 12 to 77 years old.
The International Court of Justice in The Hague has recognized this event as genocide, ie extermination.
The Oscars will be held on Sunday at midnight.