ay, Silvia, it’s not a feelgood movie, and I guess it would be .., phony and false to make feelgood movies in the Balkans in the aftermath of the war (leave that to the good guys in the West who won every war…), but still – I’ve been actively opposed to every form of cencorship and written against it at every opportunity as long as I can remember (if we let _them_ decide what images adults are allowed to see, next _they_ will want to decide what words we are allowed to read, querida!)
having said that …. “a serbian film” is grotesque and not a film anybody would/should enjoy – even if we all should download it in defiance of Mediatilsynet!
[now - "made in serbia" on the other hand - it's a documentary on the sad state of serbia seen through the sad state of serbian porn. everybody should watch it and weep - there's no violence, just fat peasants fucking out in the fields ]
then l have to get “made in Serbia”… The trailers l have seen from “a serbian film” have been so disturbing… a mix of repulsion and l-cant-stop-watching…
Maybe not the best selection since is family weekend!!
ay, Silvia, it’s not a movie for family weekends. I promise you!
a serbian film is a movie for consenting adults. it contains extremely violent and unpleasant imagery, and I’m not sure if it completely succeeds in realizing what it sets out to do with those images – and if not it … risks being nothing but but extreme schlock… still, it raises disturbing questions of violence and sex and power and innocence, and it defies Mediatilsynet and Mediatilsynet’s patronizing powers…..
be free, Silvia, you’ve downloaded an illegal film, and nobody but you decides if you should watch it or not (you probably shouldn’t), but … _you_ should decide – not some guy in Fredrikstad …….