i. The religious identities of those groups in the beginning of the movie both identify as Catholics and Muslims. Their relationship seemed to be very good and close. They were always on good terms with one another. They had respect for each other. They lived together for many years. They were all great friends with great communication skills, even though they had different cultural backgrounds.
ii. The war brought on change for men and women. After the war, the men were no longer able to do for their families as much as they were before. They were not as stable as they used to be. They no longer had the opportunity to work, they had to do more house chores or go to war. Women were depressed, had to do all the domestic work while men went to war. Everything changed, the war was just too much for people to handle.
iv. The war brought on a complete difference between the two groups. Their friendship that was established before, was now thrown away. They were no longer great friends but became strangers, became enemies. They no longer had respect for each other. There was completely no communication. The war changed everything. It brought tension to the group. They were on opposite sides, never saw eye to eye. Everything was destroyed.
v. Ethic cleansing was similar to forced deportation. It meant to forcefully remove a certain group whose belief was different from themselves. Killing was a reasonable way of doing this.