A Serbian Film (Uncut)

A Serbian Film (Uncut) (2010)

Genres - Horror, Mystery, Thriller  |   Sub-Genres - Sadistic Horror  |   Release Date - Mar 15, 2010 (USA - Unknown), May 13, 2011 (USA - Limited), May 13, 2011 (USA)  |   Run Time - 104 min.  |   Countries - Serbia  |   MPAA Rating - NC17
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Synopsis by Mark Deming

Filmmaker Srdjan Spasojevic pushes the boundaries of what can (or should) be shown onscreen in this violent and malignly erotic thriller. Milos (Srdjan Todorovic) was once a star in pornographic movies, well known for his ability to perform longer than any of his peers, but he gave up his career and now lives a quiet life with his wife and young son. Milos has been having serious money problems and wants to better provide for his family, so when an old friend tells him about a wealthy filmmaker who'd like to work with him, he's willing to listen. Vukmir (Sergej Trifunovic) is a mysterious man who offers to pay Milos a huge sum to appear in his next film -- enough to support his family for life. Milos agrees, even though Vukmir won't tell him what the movie is about. Not long after Milos arrives on set, he realizes this will not be an ordinary porn film, and as he's dosed with drugs and led from one extreme of sex, violence, and human debasement to another, Milos becomes aware that his physical and emotional survival is being put to the ultimate test. Srpski Film (aka A Serbian Film) generated no small amount of controversy following its first American screenings at the 2010 South by Southwest Film Festival.



actor, pornography