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A review of the most controversial movie of all time, by our staff member, Jason Heffler.
Reviewing a film like “A Serbian Film” is difficult, to say the least. The sheer fact that I have to pay close attention to its content is enough for me to give up and quit my job entirely. It’s just horrifying.
Srdjan Todorovic stars as Milos, a retired porn star. However, he didn’t leave the business mired in mediocrity. He left his mark on the industry, bowing out as one of the most legendary porn stars in the world. After calling it quits, he married a beautiful woman and had a son, living a humble life and struggling to keep him and his family financially afloat. After meeting with a former coworker, Milos is baited back into the pornography industry by a director named Vukmir (Sergej Trifunovic). Vukmir will not reveal the nature of the project to Milos until he signs the contract, however, but assures him that his family will be financially secure upon completion. Milos then becomes ensnared in the deranged director’s violently disturbing plot to create a high-end “art” porn movie. Just wait until the “newborn porn” scene.