Seen by few in theaters, this film about the atrocities of the Bosnian war, as seen through the eyes of war reporters, has a far better chance to gain a wider audience now. Not a flashy disc by any means, the simple presentation is still noteworthy. The 2.35:1 picture, enhanced for widescreen televisions, is a mix of dramatic footage, both fictional and documented, from the actual conflict. Scenes shot for the movie are very sharp and clear, while the actual recordings from the horrific war zone are often grainy, based on the televised medium. Together, they combine to give an immediacy to the surroundings, and are entirely effective on this disc. The sound, using a two-channel surround track, is more active than would be expected. Dialogue is generally clear and understood, and there are even selected moments where the audio field widens, helping accentuate the environment. What is lacking on the disc is a significant number of supplements. Fortunately, the 21-minute documentary about war correspondents, featuring interviews with the cast, crew, and actual reporters who have covered a number of recent wars, is well worth the watch. This piece highlights not only the tragic consequences of the conflict, but the difficult job in delivering this information to the public. Welcome to Sarajevo presents a human face to dreadful circumstances, and the results, both with the film and the DVD, are very satisfactory.