To secure money for his family that will support them for the rest of their lives Milos a retired adult film star from Serbia plunges once more into the depths of pornographic production only to find that his new mysterious and menacing employer has unthinkable terrors in store for him. Confrontational shocking uncompromising and absolutely unforgettable A Serbian Film ranks alongside the likes of Requiem for a Dream Videodrome and Irreversible as one of the most provocative and brilliant films of its time. Special Features: Exclusive Introduction from... Director Srdjan Spasojevic [show more]
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Serbian filmmaker Srdjan Spasojevic writes and directs this ultra-extreme horror parable replete with graphic scenes of rape, torture, child abuse, murder and depravity. Srdjan Todorovic stars as semi-retired porn star Milos, who is lured back to his profession by an old industry contact who makes him a financial offer he cannot refuse. He is told by the film's director that he will be working on a reality-based pornographic art film, but nothing can prepare him for the indescribably sick and twisted nightmare that unfolds. The BBFC requested 49 individual cuts before Spasojevic's film could be granted an 18 certificate but, despite these cuts, it remains a very shocking work with many scenes of strong sexual violence and a high potential to cause upset and offence.