Hunting Party

The Weinstein Company Released 2007


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Hunting Party, also known as Spring Break in Bosnia, is a dramatic comedy adventure film directed by Richard Shepard. In the film, a young journalist Simon Hunt (Richard Gere) has been covering war news in Bosnia with his trusted cameraman, Duck (Terrence Howard) for months. Eventually, the pressure of the war gets to Simon and he has an on-air breakdown. Unfortunately, he is unable to save his job and becomes a freelance journalist. His cameraman, on the other hand, flourishes in his career and moves on to a new job with a new journalist, Benjamin Strauss (Jesse Eisenberg). As the years pass, Simon becomes more bitter, and he blames all of Bosnia's problems, and his own, on the Fox (Ljubomir Kerekes), the number one criminal in Bosnia. Just when Simon's frustrations have mounted to their highest level, he meets up with Duck and Benjamin Strauss in Bosnia. He is able to persuade them to join his hunt for the Fox. However, when a series of events occurs, it is hard to decipher who is the hunter and who is being hunted.moreless

Metacritic Score

  • 70

    Variety Robert Koehler

    Alternately glib, superficial and amusing, pic vainly attempts to absorb some degree of Serbian irony into a story that's unavoidably lessened by its privileged American vantage po...

  • 40

    The New York Times Manohla Dargis

    A misfired, misguided would-be satire.

  • 40

    Los Angeles Times Carina Chocano

    Black comedy becomes funnier as the action becomes darker and more perilous, but The Hunting Party fails to locate the absurdity in the central situations and goes for midget jokes...

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