Milosh, a retired porn star, leads a normal family life with his wife Maria and six-year old son Petar in tumultuous Serbia, trying to make ends meet. A sudden call from his former colleague Layla will change everything.
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Can I give this film negative stars? This director should be prevented from ever making another film and should spend at least a week or a month in jail, that's how bad this film is. I cannot overemphasize how bad this film is, it isn't just a bad film, it is worse than cancer. This film will hurt you. People should be protected from seeing it,
It's just sad how hard it tries to offend the viewer, and even more sad is when it tries to make a "sociopolitical statement"? An utter waste of time. A trashy thing done by shameless, untalented sensationalists.
Cardboard characters and over-the-top violent set-pieces without any sense of reality makes this movie closer to Hostel than Salo and Irreversible. The director tries to say something pretentious about the state of Serbia and its history and the nature of pornography and entertainment but fails miserably on all counts. Stay clear of this film, not only because of the violence, but because it's a waste of time.
Redefines the notion of torture porn, by making it both literal and visceral. Has elements of both Hostel and Martyrs, but unlike the latter, it is grotesquely comic, thus more bearable. I saw it at Another Hole in the Head festival in SF with a bunch of other degenerates. Felt dirty after the screening. Really dirty.
POST SCRIPTUM: Nine years later (2018), it still gives me nightmares. UNDO...UNDO...UNDO...
A deep examination of sexuality/violence on a micro and macro level in what is simply a story of a man at lengths to support his family. It asks who is at fault in our world for this actual film-- society, government, censorship, family, entertainment, porn?-- and is an examination of the old question: What's art and what does it mean to create? A Serbian Film is also about how 'art' is in the eye of the beholder.