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Gays and soldiers usually don't mix in the conservative Balkans. Neither do former foes from the region's ethnic wars. Yet a tale about a Serbian wartime fighter who recruits enemy veterans to protect a gay pride event has become an unlikely movie sensation.
Film critic Milan Vlajcic says Dragojevic's success lies in the fact that he managed to send a universal message of tolerance, without turning the film into a propaganda tool.
"Black humor played a key role," Vlajcic said.