The title of this 2002 video documentary is misleading—atrocities against women in the ethnic conflicts in the former Yugoslavia have been extensively reported in the Western mainstream media. What Susan Muska and Greta Olafsdottir (the team behind The Brandon Teena Story) add to the discussion are feminist rhetoric and interviews with survivors done from 1999 to 2001—all without a male voice. Five women provide long firsthand accounts of Serbian attacks on ethnic Albanians in Kosovo, describing their survival of rape and imprisonment. The video quality is uneven, the editing is a bit slapdash, and the testimonies get repetitive after a while, but the rough edges add immediacy to these portraits of courage. In Serbian with subtitles. 84 min.