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But gnarled old distributors and blasé film festival programmers alike seemed genuinely shocked by Srdjan Spasojevic's ultra-extreme thriller called A Serbian Film.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.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.Much of the imagery in A Serbian Film is indeed quite repellent.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.The parents are shocked to discover that he has stumbled on such images and quickly turn it off. It highlights the preposterousness of the world from which Milos has fled. Once Milos accepts the role in Vukmir's film, the demands placed on him grow ever more extreme.Publicists whispered to journalists that the film was truly "vile".
The film's British sales agent was left hurriedly trying to clear up the pool of blood."He was getting really disturbed and he felt he was going to faint.
Arsenal fan Philip, who has a twin brother, is the second oldest child of Crown Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia’s sons - Hereditary Prince Peter, 37, and Prince Alexander.
He grew up in London, says his father is 'best friends' with the Prince of Wales and he has even rubbed shoulders with William and Harry who he describes as 'wonderful'.
At the time, we were both sitting on the floor because the theatre was completely full.
He tapped me on the shoulder and said I need to go.
That, though, is not the same as saying that it is a repellent film. The most notorious scenes (the rape of the new-born baby, the scene in which the star decapitates a woman and continues to have sex with her headless torso) are grotesque but very obviously contrived.