In April 1992 civil war came to my 6th form classroom. Before our 18th birthday, my classmates overnight became soldiers or refugees, civilian casualties or siege survivors. What followed was the bloodiest siege in Europe since WWII Boys who had not dared ask me out, within days were trying to kill each other. In REUNION I return to meet my classmates for the first time in 25 years, to uncover what the war had done to us and what we did. Who have we become as a result of it? Does the current rise of nationalism and racism across Europe, remind them that period in our classroom that led to the split of Yugoslavia?