Camille (Madeleine Assas) and her friends are French intellectuals with aspirations for political activism, so they head on a trip to war torn Sarajevo to stage and film Alfred de Musset’s comedy play, “One Must Not Play at Love”. When they arrive at their destination, they’re not welcomed with open arms; they are quickly arrested by a band of guerillas. Soon the idealistic playwrights are quickly disillusioned from their political ways when they are tortured and ridiculed by their captors. For Ever Mozart (1996) is an arty flick that treats us to a nice shot of Madeleine Assas’ backside when she gets her skirt removed by some gun-totting baddies! It’s not much, but we’ll take it!