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A Serbian Film is about retired porn star Milos (Srdjan Todorovic), a middle-aged man struggling to provide for his family who is lured back into the industry for one last film.The opening sequences shows Milos's young son innocently watching some of his father's greatest "hits" on the family TV.What begins as a self-reflexive formal exercise veers off in another direction altogether.One US distributor fainted as he tried to leave a screening of A Serbian Film earlier this year, hit his head on the door and ended up needing stitches.The alleged war criminal General Mladic has never been arrested.The memory of Slobodan Milosevic hasn't been exorcised.

Prior to its AFM screenings, the movie had already been yanked out of Frightfest in London when Westminster Council ruled it couldn't be shown in its uncut form and had started frenzied debates about censorship and freedom of speech.The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) had asked for a staggering number of cuts in the film and for a full four minutes of footage to be excised in order for it to qualify for an 18 certificate.Not since the heyday of the so-called "video nasties" in the early Eighties had a movie exercised the censors in quite such an extreme way.Films like A Serbian Film and another equally extreme Serbian movie The Life and Death of a Porno Gang play on Western preconceptions about the country and can't help but reinforce them.The very title of A Serbian Film suggests that the director and his screenwriter Aleksander Radivojevic are making an allegory about their troubled and isolated homeland.

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