Srpski film: Blu-ray (Kurzmeldung) ▻ A Serbian Film uncut im FuturePak im Juni ▻ Über News zu Filmzensur, gekürzten Blu-rays. Milos ist eigentlich glücklich mit Frau und Tochter, doch plötzlich holt seine Vergangenheit als Pornostar ihn wieder ein. Er steckt in Geldnöten und nimmt den. von 78 Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "A Serbian Film". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Berechtigt zum kostenfreien Versand.
A Serbian FilmSchnittberichte, News (z.B. Uncut-DVDs & Blu-rays) und Reviews zu A Serbian Film (OT: Srpski film | Serbien, | Horror, Drama, Erotik/Sex). A Serbian Film (Full Uncut) () [FSK 18] - Srdjan Spasojevics Film erzählt die Geschichte eines Ex-Pornodarstellers, der sesshaft. Der ehemalige Pornostar Milos ist zwar glücklich verheiratet, finanziell jedoch ziemlich am Ende. Deshalb lässt er sich auch auf das Angebot des Filmproduzenten Vukmir ein, der einen Darsteller für einen künstlerisch wertvollen Pornofilm bei guter.
Siberian Film We love unconventional movies and we want to share our enthusiasm with you. VideoA Serbian Film Malyalam Explained- Don't watch anyone- Hollywood Mallu - Mallu Talkies
All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. Sign In. Edit A Serbian Film Jump to: Summaries 2 Synopsis 1.
Accio and Manrico are working class brothers who live in Italy in the Featured News. First Look at Marilyn Manson and Sharon Stone in HBO's 'The New Pope'.
First Photo From 'The New Pope' Shows Jude Law With John Malkovich. Latest Trailers 'The Reckoning' Clip: "Redeem Your Soul".
Movies Streaming Now Dating Amber. Echo Boomers. If it does connect to political commentary than the message is government likes to [you know the word] with people.
In some cases that's a true statement of poor government, but the context of the story and the devices implemented doesn't in any form represents any ideals of politics.
Let alone provide any elements where the correlation is feasible even metaphorically. Now on to the main course of discussing aspects of it content and this is coming from a person who witness necrophilia, castrations, animal cruelty, and prolonged rape in some films he's seen.
A Serbian Film does not live up to its stigma of having vile content that makes you want to stop viewing it.
For example, in the film there's a scene involving two characters seeing footage of "Newborn Porn". Sounds disgusting regardless how questionable the content in films you've seen have been, but instead of showing the actual "Newborn Porn" we see the back of a specific performer and primarily shown reaction shots of the characters viewing the footage.
The way it's presented is not vile nor difficult in taking in the scene as a plot device thanks to good editing conveying the purpose.
However, given the title of the footage being "Newborn Porn" there's no arguing the director went about it the best way in not showing it directly towards the audience since it occurs off screen.
Rather than simply include this scene for shock value ok, from my perspective at least it gets across there is fine line between what should be film and what can be film.
Within the context it's the film inciting incident which is basically a fancy way for writers of saying it's an event that is struck upon the protagonist s where their life changes from the norm to adapt to the story's plot.
The way the scene is film gets across the idea of it rather than explicitly show it. Although I'm not sure if the sadist filmmakers that came up with the scene or the actual viewers that fill in the blank in their minds when viewing said scene that has a more troubling mindset than the person who's defending it.
Where a majority of the film "vile content" comes from is in the film final thirty minutes that contain a number of rape scenes and spontaneous murder.
Out of the whole film there is one scene that might trigger a reaction of sickness and one in the climax that will trigger a reaction questioning your decision to view the film entirely.
Of course due to personal regulations I won't discuss the specifics despite the previous paragraph touching on the most controversial off screen scene in the film.
The reason being we're shown in these scenes the whole performance of vile action rather than a fraction of vile action being performed.
However, despite what occurs in the climax it will bring new meaning to the term "hard-on". It's very questionable why the director would include a moment where's the protagonist cocka doodle doo can pierce through flesh and a kill a man in a scene that involves rape.
Not lying, I laughed when I witness this moment in the scene, and at the same time am very jealous of the power of it.
Lets just move on after that questionable series of sentences. The production values for the film are very good.
Director Srdjan Spasojevic maintains a bleak tone throughout the film. By creating such an atmosphere even during the film first hour you never feel like you're adjusting to comfortably seeing it.
It's lighting is one of those reasons that while in most scenes everything is visble there's are always a hint of shadiness.
Where the dynamic of a scene is made very clear and more effective for it. The score for the film is foreboding slowly building to a more enraging sound when it becomes more transgressive.
Acting is also another bright spot especially from it star Srdjan Todorovic. He's fully committed in his performance never once being unconvincing, even when the film goes to the extreme.
Becoming enveloped in a wide arrange of emotions when he's angry it's believable and he's a broken man he really come across as someone loss hope in humanity.
His costar Sergei Trifunovic is also excellent. Even when he's given simple talking scene his mannerism makes anything no matter how positive sounding very shady.
Trifunovic appearance also adds to his role in particular his sinister smile. Supporting cast are also good, though most of their roles aren't as developed as Todorovic.
Slobodan Bestic for example mostly stays in the mindset of secretly desiring his brother wife and it isn't until the climax where he gets a change in character.
Jelena Gavrilovic is is allowed more ranged and comes across as the most sane in the cast which is saying something. Each of the actor are believable in their role and are committed to it not letting the context bother them.
A Serbian Film doesn't live up to the stigma of "disturbing cinema" the same way "Cannibal Holocaust" does, but as a whole contains great production values, good acting, and an okay story with sympathetic characters.
Of course with that said I will acknowledge that not all viewers have viewed the same films I have so from that perspective I understand because exposure to such material varies.
However, there's no denying it is one well made film from a technical standpoint and well acted whose good qualities get overlook due to the reaction to its content.
Post viewing conversation Izanagi: So it's a good thing I didn't invite Matoi to see this. Given her bad habit to lose large amount of blood she would have kicked your Caesar Mendez: Uh, I told you to not introduced any gimmicks when it comes to my reviews.
If you keep doing this my readers are going to believe I plan to do something with these fictional characters gimmick even though I just simply want to express my position on certain films.
Izanagi: Wait? You're willfully admitted there's nothing meaningful to our usage in this review? Caesar Mendez: Of course.
If I pretended your usage in this review was to metaphor apartheid that would make me pretentious. Clearly pretending to be one thing to justify what I do even though the foundation provided does not support it.
Izanagi: You know could have said that in your review without including both dialogue. So in a way. Yeah, you sorta are pretentious.
Caesar Mendez: In this case, I'll give you that one. So want me to call Ryuk and you know? Izanagi: Nope. Not even he can help me unsee this movie.
It's actually his new all time favorite method when it comes to his job as full time Shinigami Gods that invite humans toward death.
Caesar Mendez: Well then, I guess it could be worse. Izanagi: It could be in. Three, two, one. Caesar Mendez: IZANAGI!
External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos.
DID YOU KNOW? Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. NC 1h 44min Horror , Mystery , Thriller 30 September Brazil. An aging porn star agrees to participate in an "art film" in order to make a clean break from the business, only to discover that he has been drafted into making a pedophilia and necrophilia themed snuff film.
Director: Srdjan Spasojevic. Writers: Aleksandar Radivojevic screenplay , Srdjan Spasojevic screenplay. Added to Watchlist. Sundance Stars in Unforgettable Early Roles.
The Most Anticipated Movies to Stream in February Matt's Favourite Horror. Disturbing Movies i watched. The site's critical consensus states, "Traditional in form yet effective in execution, this taut thriller updates the 'danger on a train' scenario with atmospheric sense.
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times praised the film, saying it builds "true fear and suspense,"  while Scott Tobias at The A.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Transsiberian Theatrical release poster. Woody Harrelson Emily Mortimer Kate Mara Eduardo Noriega Thomas Kretschmann Ben Kingsley.
Castelao Producciones UFA Future Films UK. Release date. Running time. Germany United Kingdom Spain Lithuania. Box Office Mojo.
Retrieved July 11, Retrieved May 25, Films directed by Brad Anderson. Next Stop Wonderland Happy Accidents Session 9 The Machinist Transsiberian Vanishing on 7th Street The Call Stonehearst Asylum Beirut Fractured