Mustafa Huzar, who is writing the Book of the Una, is bipolar: in him he combines the life of a former soldier and that of a relentless poet. Just when he manages to put the shattered fragments of his life back together, everything falls apart again. His recollections of a country that no longer exists, of the war and of the killing are “dirty and repulsive”. Compared to them, daily life is nothing but banal. Respite and a way out of the tangled labyrinth of his mind comes in the form of writing. So he returns to the shores of his childhood, the banks of the Una.
Bosnia and Herzegovina