A Serbian Film

A Serbian Film (2010)

A Serbian Film
5.4/10 by 186 users

Milos, a retired porn star, leads a normal family life trying to make ends meet. Presented with the opportunity of a lifetime to financially support his family for the rest of their lives, Milos must participate in one last mysterious film. From then on, Milos is drawn into a maelstrom of unbelievable cruelty and mayhem.

Original Title:Srpski film
Release Date:June 16, 2010
MPAA Rating:18
Genres:Horror, Crime, Thriller
Production Company:Contra Film
Production Countries:Serbia
Director:Srđan Spasojević, Marija Stanosevic
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Plot Keywords:male nudity, female nudity, pornography, rape, sex, sadistic, sexual abuse, underworld, pedophilia, perversity, mask, masochism, machete, sadism, necrophilia, insanity, sadomasochism, porno star, blood splatter, murder, independent film, gore, antisocial personality disorder, blood, statutory rape, painful sex, plot twist, sexual violence, atrocity, sadist, brutality, violence, rage, masked man, splatter, sexual sadism, pervert, incest, death, madness, rough sex, penis, evil, psychotic, masochist, bdsm, macabre, sickness, snuff films, rape of a child, meta film
  • That saying, "Some things you can't unsee.."
    July 13, 2010
    That saying, "Some things you can't unsee" is definitely in full affect here. I saw this at the SF indiefest with a small theater packed with people and left utterly speechless. I have seen everything under the sun when it comes to sick and twisted cinema and this tops it all.
    What's insane is that this movie is REALLY well made; Some very impressive camera work, disgustingly sharp and mean spirited dialogue, a believable cast and some serious nailbiter scenes. Oh yeah, it's actually got some laugh out loud moments also, but it never takes you away from that feeling of dread and utter disgust.
    As a previous review said, there are about 4 scenes that I will never forget in my life. I saw this about a week ago and every time I see the friends I saw it with the scenes come up in our conversations. There are things put on celluloid that I never, ever thought I would see in a cinema in America(or Europe for that matter).
    Go into this with extreme caution and a very open mind. I loved it.