A Serbian Film
|A Serbian Film|
|Directed by||Srđan Spasojević|
|Produced by||Dragoljub Vojnov
|Written by||Aleksandar Radivojević
|Music by||Sky Wikluh|
|Editing by||Darko Simić|
|Distributed by||Jinga Films (Worldwide)
Invincible Pictures (US)
|Release date(s)||11 June 2010(Serbia)|
|Running time||104 minutes (Original cut)
103 minutes (VOD/DVD cut)
99 minutes (United Kingdom cut)
|Money made||€6,975 (Serbia)|
A Serbian Film is a horror movie which opened to much controversy. When it was released during 2010, the movie was marked with a Refused Classification rating in Australia. A highly censored version was later approved. It was released in the United States with a rating of NC-17 (No Children 17 or Under Admitted) in May 2011. The movie is about a pornographic movie star who agrees to perform in an art film, but then learns that he has been dragged into a snuff movie filled with necrophilia and other adult themes. A Serbian Film faced severe censorship problems in many countries because of its mature content.
References[change | change source]
- "Srpska premijera "Srpskog filma" 11. juna". Filmske.com. http://www.filmske.com/domaci-film/srpska-premijera-srpskog-filma-11-juna. Retrieved 29 August 2010.
- "A Serbian Film (18)". British Board of Film Classification. 24 November 2010. http://www.bbfc.co.uk/AFV272236/. Retrieved 28 August 2011.