Five French humanitarians set out to Central Bosnia to bring aid to women and children trapped in an occupied town of Kakanj.

You would think the most dangerous thing on their journey would be passing the various checkpoints manned by paramilitaries and professional armies. Think again.

Each of the five people in the two-truck convoy has their own hidden agenda. They paint an unexpected picture of humanitarianism. Most of them are not the benevolent good-doers with honest intentions we imagine all humanitarians to be.

Lionel is in love with Maud, the only girl in the convoy. Alex wants to help his fiancé, one of the women trapped inside the occupied territory. Marc, an ex-UN peace corp member, wants to put an end to the fighting, whatever the cost. Vaulthier’s goal is to stop Marc.

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