|A Serbian Film|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Srđan Spasojević|
|Music by||Sky Wikluh|
|Edited by||Darko Simić|
|Distributed by||Jinga Films|
|Box office||$1,550 (Brazil)|
A Serbian Film (Serbian: Српски филм / Srpski film) is a 2010 Serbian exploitation film produced and directed by Srđan Spasojević in his feature film debut. Spasojević also co-wrote the film with Aleksandar Radivojević. It tells the story of a financially struggling porn star who agrees to participate in an "art film", only to discover that he has been drafted into a snuff film with pedophilic and necrophilic themes. The film stars Serbian actors Srđan Todorović and Sergej Trifunović.
Upon its debut on the art film circuit, the film received substantial attention and controversy for its graphic violence and sexual content. The film has been banned in Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore, and Norway, and was temporarily banned from screening in Brazil.
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- "A Serbian Film (18)". British Board of Film Classification. 10 December 2010. Retrieved 9 July 2019. This version's run time is 99:25, meaning it has 4 minutes and 11 seconds of cuts from the original version, which runs 103:36
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