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A Serbian Film (2010) More at IMDbPro »Srpski film (original title)

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A Serbian Film -- An aging porn star agrees to participate in an "art film" in order to make a clean break from the business, only to discover that he has been drafted into making a pedophilia and necrophilia themed snuff film
A Serbian Film -- To secure money for his family, Serbian ex-pornstar plunges again into the depths of hardcore production, only this time, his diabolical employer has unthinkable terrors in store for him.


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Aleksandar Radivojevic (screenplay)
Srdjan Spasojevic (screenplay)
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Release Date:
21 January 2012 (Japan) See more »
Not all films have a happy ending. (USA 2011)
An aging porn star agrees to participate in an "art film" in order to make a clean break from the business, only to discover that he has been drafted into making a pedophilia and necrophilia themed snuff film. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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A Serbian Film Cut For British Release
 (From WENN. 26 November 2010, 8:06 AM, PST)

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  (in credits order)

Srdjan Todorovic ... Milos (as Srdan Todorovic)

Sergej Trifunovic ... Vukmir
Jelena Gavrilovic ... Marija
Slobodan Bestic ... Marko
Katarina Zutic ... Lejla
Luka Mijatovic ... Stefan
Ana Sakic ... Jecina majka
Lena Bogdanovic ... Doktorka
Miodrag Krcmarik ... Rasa
Nenad Herakovic ... Cuvar 1
Carni Deric ... Cuvar 2
Andela Nenadovic ... Jeca
Tanja Divnic ... Vaspitacica
Lidija Pletl ... Jecina baka
Marina Savic ... Prostitutka
Natasa Miljus ... Porodilja
Goran Macura ... Mangup 2
Miss Mici ... Devojka u bazenu 1
Mila Milosevic ... Devojka u bazenu 2
Miroslav Sencanski ... Rediteli kraja filma
Ivan Cvetic ... Telohranitelji
Milos Vrbica ... Telohranitelji
Marijeta Goc ... Devojka u porno radionici 1
Biljana Zurnic ... Devojka u porno radionici 2
Dragana Jovanovic ... Mesarka
Irena Korac ... Kasirka
Dejan Bozovic ... Konobar
Milica Majstorovic ... Radio najava (voice)
Sanja Spasojevic ... Mladi bracni par
Aleksandar Banjac ... Mladi bracni par
Jelena Mihic ... Rezervna Devojka za porno radionici

Directed by
Srdjan Spasojevic 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Aleksandar Radivojevic  screenplay
Srdjan Spasojevic  screenplay

Produced by
Nikola Pantelic .... executive producer
Srdjan Spasojevic .... producer
Dragoljub Vojnov .... executive producer
Original Music by
Sky Wikluh 
Cinematography by
Nemanja Jovanov (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Darko Simic 
Production Design by
Nemanja Petrovic 
Costume Design by
Jasmina Sanader 
Makeup Department
Dubravka Busatlija .... key makeup artist
Miroslav Lakobrija .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Luka Dejanovic .... unit manager
Jasna Nikolic .... unit manager
Miljana Nikolic .... assistant production manager
Nikola Pantelic .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Borisa Simovic .... second unit director
Miroslav Stamatov .... first assistant director
Art Department
Milorad Kalanj .... property buyer
Aleksandar Putic .... property master
Sound Department
Djordje Djurovic .... sound
Nenad Jovanovic .... boom operator
Drobnjakovic Milos .... sound recordist
Aleksandar Perisic .... sound re-recording mixer
Aleksandar Protic .... sound designer
Nikola Zivkovic .... sound editor
Special Effects by
Samir Bastoni .... special effects assistant
Danilo Dudic .... assistant pyrotechnician
Nenad Gajic .... special effects assistant
Miroslav Lakobrija .... special effects supervisor
Petar Zivkovic .... pyrotechnician
Milkica Bozic .... stunt coordinator
Zoran Nastic .... stunt coordinator
Zoran Nastic .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Vladan Banovic .... focus puller (as Vlada Banovic)
Bojan Brbora .... camera operator
Stasa Dodocic .... focus puller
Milos Kodemo .... Steadicam operator
Djura Kokotovic .... dolly operator
Drasko Pejanovic .... first assistant camera
Marko Stanojkovic .... assistant camera
Branislav Stojanovic .... assistant camera
Dragan Tenjovic .... gaffer
Ivana Vladic .... focus puller
Pablo Ferro Zivanovic .... camera operator (as Pablo Ferro)
Editorial Department
Nemanja Jovanov .... colorist
Stefan Orlandic .... post-production supervisor
Jelena Tvrdisic .... post-production assistant
Transportation Department
Jovan Cekic .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Natasa Milojevic .... production assistant
Marija Stanosevic .... script supervisor

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Srpski film" - Serbia (original title)
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Rated NC-17 for extreme aberrant sexual and violent content including explicit dialogue (edited version)
104 min | 102 min (edited version)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:18 (with warning) | Australia:RC | Brazil:(Banned) | Canada:18+ (Québec) | Denmark:15 | Finland:K-18 (self applied) | France:Unrated | Germany:18 (heavily cut) | Japan:Unrated (self-rating: R-20) | Kuwait:(Banned) | Mexico:D | New Zealand:(Banned) | Norway:18 | Norway:Banned (re-rating) | South Korea:(Banned) | South Korea:Limited (edited version) | Spain:(Banned) | Sweden:15 | UK:18 (cut) | USA:NC-17 (edited version) | USA:Not Rated (uncut version)
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Did You Know?

Banned in Norway on account of sexual representation of children and extreme violence in a fictional medium. One of the few modern day movies to be banned in the country since Ichi the Killer (2001) and Grotesque (2009).See more »
Revealing mistakes: When Milos has a knife to his penis, if you look closely enough, he has cut his penis even though it doesn't "bleed".See more »
[first lines]
Milos:[acting in a pornographic film] Baby, I'm gonna fuck you up.
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Movie Connections:
DecollectionSee more »


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149 out of 223 people found the following review useful.
A milestone for pulp cinema, 3 May 2011
Author: Stay_away_from_the_Metropol from Minnesota, USA

First, I want to say that I disagree with everyone who argues that this movie is simply made for explicit shock value with no other purpose. I can quarrel this with two simple points: 1. I am a male porn performer myself and immediately found there to be a handful of real concepts, thoughts, and fears to relate with Milos on within the first fifteen minutes of the film (desensitization, your position in a family setting as a pornographer, to take the job or not to take the job, etc). Now, I'm sorry if you have no way of grasping that he is a realistic and admirable character in believable shoes, but he is. The level of relation I found with Milos shocked and impressed me and made me wonder if either that screenwriter had had some personal experience as a porn performer in the past, or instead was just a really intelligent person who was able to grasp it without actually experiencing it.

2. People like this actually do exist! Snuff is not a fictional concept. There are people that are this sick out there - and involving massive sums of money and pornographers does not seem far off at all. If it weren't for people who took the time to make films like this for us, how would we be aware of the twisted possibilities of what could happen to us if we're not too careful? On top of these opening defense statements, there are a bundle of things that make this a fantastic film.

First of all, the cinematography - the look they got in post - the editing - it all looks stellar, tasteful, and comes off as being done by true, inspired professionals. This is probably the best looking and feeling film that exists that could be considered anything even nearing the "torture porn" sub-genre. While I would never call this a straight-up torture porn film, it certainly does feel similar when it delves into it's scenes of sex and violence with "S&M tones" - that's putting it lightly... I would never call this a horror film either. It's FAR too human and psychological to me to be categorized in a genre that has become so stale and brainless. If anything, what separates it from most torture porn is that it's torturing your brain, not just your eyes by seeing prolonged sadistic violence on it's own. There's a lot more to this. It's more like psych-torture.

I also found the performances to be perfect for this film. Milos of course steals the show, see-sawing between the calm likable man he is and the primal beast he becomes when "working". Marko was also another standout with his performance - very discomforting with his bitterness towards Milos and his uncontrollable lust for Milos's beautiful wife. While Vukmir and his henchmen were the cheesiest, they still filled their shoes very effectively. Majority of the female characters didn't have much personality, but I believe that was on purpose to go along with the mentality of pornography - and I found it very effective and dreamlike or nightmarish. I couldn't believe how many stunning women they found to cast for such an intense film - it only adds to it's surrealism.

The score was impressive as well. Hard hitting, abrasive, electronic beats almost comparable to a score like that of The Social Network - and just as good. It made me feel even more engaged in the film and the character than I already was beforehand.

Now, I know a lot of people can't handle explicit gore - but the artificial violence itself is a masterful art on it's own! To create an artificial scene of violence and make it believable and effective is a mighty task! And this movie is chock FULL of gut-wrenching ultra-violence! This is something that deserves recognition, praise... even awards. It's not an easy game, kids! I would love to go into detailed descriptions of the groundbreaking scenes, but I'll leave that to everyone else. I've looked through this message board and it's just chock full of spoilers. I'll just say that all the violence is extremely disturbing and realistic, and thus it's very impressive.

Now I admit that I laughed plenty of times as an instinctual defense mechanism in reaction to some of the most over-the-top sequences. What else can I do as a human being? You feel disgusted, or you laugh. It's one or the other. If it were real - I would certainly not be laughing, but it's not - it's a effective emulation of what in reality would be ultimate horror. Because it's SO shocking and effective, I laugh, because I can't believe they pulled it off - or took my brain to this new place it hadn't been before. THAT, is something to admire.

I would never tell anyone to watch this movie. But I will tell you that it is absolutely a masterpiece of it's own kind. Pulp cinema, if I had to call it anything so broad. A lot of people say they will never watch it again. Now, although it scarred me - I don't think I'm going to lock it up and swallow the key. It's too good to never watch again. But, it will be a long, long, long time before I do again... (Unless I have a sick friend who just wants to watch it WITH me THAT bad).

I'd give it a 10, which it very well probably does deserve in the long run, but I just can't bring myself to do it.

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