Things never seem to be going well for a Kosovar woman and her husband. After bearing a first child that is accidentally killed by soldiers in the war, she is infertile, unable to bear another child. The child killed is called ZANA which is the film’s title.
Haunted by her long-suppressed past and pressured by family to seek treatment from mystical healers for her infertility, she struggles to reconcile the expectations of motherhood with a legacy of wartime brutality while slowly succumbing to madness. Director Kastrati spends a lot of screen time…
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