Serbian Film, A
, 2010, 104min
: Srdjan Spasojevic
Srdjan Todorovic, Sergej Trifunović, Jelena Gavrilovic, Slobodan Bestic, Katarina Zutic, Luka Mijatovic, Ana Sakic, Lena Bogdanovic, Miodrag Krcmarik, Nenad
One of the most talked-about films of the year 2010, which hit dozens of film festivals, it is much more than one of an endless series of temporary kings the category of "the most disgusting film of all time". While a large part of its competitors, in principle, represents only the champions of the jump over the bar suggestive perversity, a Serbian film not only shocked, but mainly anxious. Deliricky unglued narration about the descent of a retired Serbian porn star into the darkest bowels of the industry and myself on the one hand, piling up twisted sequences of sexual violence, but at the same time strives to make the viewer as much as possible, sucked into the thick of things. Next to the ingeniously built scenarios, which the hero leaves go through three distinct modes of perception, the film attains crafted precise form, which restricts the doubts of the audience and makes them so empatičtější to the submittal of the action. With regard to the extreme content, it's no wonder that the work at its debut of Serbian director divided the audience into two intense camps, but the key is the nature of their ideological split. This does not take place on the plane dojmového like-don't like, but rather relates to the ambitions of the creators. A Serbian film is going at expressive metaphor for the contemporary decline of social values and the level of morality not only in the front country with the stigma of the civil war, but also the whole of eastern Europe, which pays for one of the nejčilejších porn sites in the world. Whether it is the creators of the chosen concept of a carrier, or represents straight provocation, the question remains for the audience, and just in the invocation of this ethical dilemma lies one of the inalienable qualities of the image.
: Horror Mystery Thriller