Srpski film (2009)

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Re: Srpski film (2009)

Post by john_constantine » 01 Oct 2010, 20:21

Grupa filmskih kritičara, tužitelja, siociologa, psihologa, znanstvenih i umjetničkih radnika, ali i drugih različitih stručnjaka, na zahtjev državnih organa istražuje sadrže li neki dijelovi Srpskog filma, redatelja Srđana Spasojevića, u sebi elemente kaznenog djela!
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Re: Srpski film (2009)

Post by borntodie » 03 Oct 2010, 22:47

Odlican film ma sto god ljudi pricali, pokazali su kako se radi pravi film !
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Re: Srpski film (2009)

Post by metallicat » 24 Oct 2010, 00:31

napokon da sam i ja ovo pogledala. zbilja neznam šta reć, osim da je je... bolestan. inače, izvrsna gluma u filmu :rock:
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Post by HorrorHR » 25 Oct 2010, 00:37

A Serbian Film Gets Pulled... Again!
A Serbian Film was scheduled to be shown at this years British Horror Film Festival in Bournemouth, UK. The Bournemouth Council approved the festival to show any film they wanted to show, as the event is strictly for over 18's only.

Then just a few days ago the council changed their minds and announced that A Serbian Film will only be approved to be shown once it is certified by the BBFC.

The festival director Stuart Brennan has issued this statement: “This is an unfortunate situation for us to be in. We believe strongly the film should be shown, however this new demand has left us in a position where we are left with little choice but to remove the film from our line up, as we cannot guarantee the film will be certified in time.”

A statement issued on behalf of Revolver Entertainment Ltd, the UK distributor for the film reads: "Revolver Entertainment Ltd. have decided with regret to withdraw 'A Serbian Film' from exhibition at the forthcoming British Horror Film Festival in Bournemouth. The film has been submitted to the British Board of Film Classification but does not, as yet, have a confirmed 18 certificate. While the film and any potential cuts are still under review the film cannot be screened as per the council's decision"
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Re: Srpski film (2009)

Post by Ašow » 25 Oct 2010, 15:08

Neka, treba :D
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Post by HorrorHR » 04 Nov 2010, 13:24

The "feel good movie of the century", A Serbian Film, has caused quite a stir around the world during its festival run, and ever since word starting spreading about how crazed this flick is, we've been wondering how, or even if, it would get distro here in the States. Wonder no more.

DC just caught up with Invincible Films at AFM, and they clued us in on the following - they’re planning on distributing A Serbian Film in US theatres possibly starting as early as February, 2011. The movie will be cut down to an R for its nationwide release (mind you, we have no idea how that's even possible), and the uncut version will be shown in limited theatrical release at smaller art-house type theatres as well as released on DVD.

But wait ... there's more! Invincible Pictures also has an exclusive deal with Showtime to show the R-rated version. They’re also going to be rolling the film out on video on demand and (hold on to your asses) on mobile devices via a service called FlixFling. You know, so you can carry the carnage with you wherever you go.[quote][/quote]

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Post by Ašow » 04 Nov 2010, 16:46

oh, lijepo :D
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Post by John_Ryder » 04 Nov 2010, 16:50

Ašow wrote:oh, lijepo :D
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Post by marebito » 21 Nov 2010, 18:18

Zivjeli!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jedva cekam taj bluray!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Srpski film (2009)

Post by arminio » 21 Nov 2010, 20:24

Sumnjam da ce biti uncut na BR i DVDu kako tvrde...

Nego:
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Post by marebito » 21 Nov 2010, 21:35

arminio wrote:Sumnjam da ce biti uncut na BR i DVDu kako tvrde...

Nego:
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Re: Srpski film (2009)

Post by Otis.Driftwood » 22 Nov 2010, 10:31

Sa Blic sajta
Britanski list „Indipendent“ objavio je opširnu kritiku „Srpskog filma“ reditelja Srđana Spasojevića, u kojoj ocenjuje da je ovaj film svojom mešavinom ekstremnog nasilja i pornografije istinski uznemirujuć, ali da nudi mnogo više od efekta šoka.


Podsećajući na seriju zabrana s kojima se njegovi autori svakodnevno suočavaju (tri festivala u Španiji i jedan u Velikoj Britaniji), list ocenjuje da još od 1980-ih godina nijedan film nije pokrenuo tako izražen talas cenzure.

Filmski kritičar „Indipendenta“ Džefri Mekneb Spasojevića je uporedio s rediteljima kao što su Mihael Haneke i Piter Grinavej, jer na stilizovan i samosvestan način preispituje voajerističke nagone samih gledalaca.

„Indipendent“ zaključuje da niko ne bi ni pričao o „Srpskom filmu“ da je to samo još jedan loš i groteskan horor film. „Srpski film“ će se u zvaničnom repertoaru britanskih bioskopa pojaviti 10. decembra, a Britanski odbor za klasifikaciju filmova zatražio je izbacivanje čitavog niza scena.

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