Srđan Todorović, Sergej Trifunović, Jelena Gavrilović, Slobodan Beštić, Katarina Žutić, Anđela Nenadović, Ana Sakić, Lidija Pletl, Lena Bogdanović, Luka Mijatović, Nenad Heraković, Carni Đerić, Miodrag Krčmarik, Tanja Divnić, Grace Slick, Natasa Miljus
In Serbia, the retired porn star Miloš (Srđan Todorović) agrees to participate in an art film in order to make a clean break from the business, only to discover that he has been drafted into making a pedophilia, and necrophilia themed snuff film.
If Serbian director Srdjan Spasojević's goal was to make an unforgettable film, he succeeded. If his goal was to make art, he miserably failed, as A Serbian Film is a disgusting, disturbing, and sick film that is crueler than cruel, and darker than dark.
Spasojević said that you have to feel the violence to know what it's about, and it's true, partially; but there is a line that must not be crossed that separates a work of art from pure bestiality. And boy if this film crossed that line.
The audience, who must have a strong stomach to watch the whole thing, is tortured with a story of rape, violence against women, pedophilia, necrophilia, and incest. No wonder the Serbian state investigated the film for crime against sexual morals and crime related to the protection of minors.
Srđan Todorović does a fine job as Miloš, as he looks like he really has no idea of what the f**k is happening.
Spasojević probably believes he made a piece of art and he was very brave to show the dark side of humanity; I firmly believe he should see a shrink, a good one.