Like "Toy Soldiers" fate directed the lives of two women towards one another on the battlefield. Juli is a journalist and an "embedded journalist" on the front line of a war that is hardly noticed by the people. She meets Raku, commanding officer of the unit that Juli is going to accompany. Raku's skills are legendary and shrouded by many real and fictional stories. Their encounter will change their lives. Together, they break free of anything, which they have known previously, and flee. It seems to be a journey without a destination and without a future. However, sometimes things turn out different to what was expected.
"Toy Soldiers" is not a story about war, nor is it a story about violence or fighting. "Toy Soldiers" is a story about the war against one's own past - a story about the struggle with fate and love.
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- Filipa Leemann, March 2012
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