Forgiving the Blood

United Kingdom, 1992, 48 min, Colour

Part one of a trilogy about passions in three European nations. This part focuses on an Albanian farmer who has to decide whether to follow his ancient code of honour, implying that he should take revenge on a neighbour who killed his son in a dispute over cattle, or whether to forgive the feud for the sake of Albanian unity against the Serbs.

CREDITS

Director:

Melissa Llewelyn-Davies

Producers:

Sue Charlton,Neriman Kamberi,Michael Stewart

Cinematography:

Ned Johnston ,Graham Johnston,Lala Meredith-Vula,(Researcher): Jane Kokan

Editing:

Ray Frawley

Sound:

Lidsay Dodd, David Old

DIRECTOR'S BIO

Melissa Llewelyn-Davies is a producer and director, known for Worlds Apart (1980), Art of the Western World (1989) and Cutting Edge (1990).

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