A Serbian Film

Year:  2010Director:  Srdjan SpasojevicCast:  Srdjan Todorovic, Sergej Trifunovic, Jelena Gavrilovic, Katarina Zutic

Milos, an aging male porn star struggling to support his family receives a proposition from a Serbian filmmaker to revive his career by making the ultimate "pornographic art film."   In need of the money, Milos agrees, having no idea that the filmmaker is insane and hellbent on creating a snuff film.  Slowly, he convinces, and ultimately forces, Milos to participate in some of the most depraved, controversial acts ever to be shown in a film.

Vile.  Repulsive. Despicable. Repugnant  Evil.  All of these adjectives have been used to describe A Serbian Film, perhaps one of the most controversial, divisive films of the last few decades.  And while it is extremely easy to dismiss it as such simply disgusting garbage because it pushes the boundaries of taste unlike any film before it by depicting extremely taboo acts, such as infant rape,

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