Set within the Serb-Bosnian conflict and particularly in a Serb-run concentration camp, Angelina Jolie‘s In the Land of Blood and Honey (Film District, 12.16) is a riff on the Romeo and Juliet/West Side Story disparate-lovers theme. A Bosnian woman (Zana Marjanovic) submits to the tender passions of her Serbian captor (Goran Kostic), but the soup is spoiled when Kostic’s father (Rade Serbedzija, constantly cast as a crude, low-minded brute) plants seeds of doubt.