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After shocking audiences and outraging censors all over the world (with Sitges festival director Angel Sala recently charged with exhibition of child pornography for screening the movie last year), A SERBIAN FILM finally sees official U.S. release this year. We got the details and the first look at two new posters, so read on…
Fango got the scoop from distributor Invincible Pictures that Srdjan Spasojevic’s movie will play select theaters across North America May 13—in an edited version. The unrated SERBIAN FILM will be released exclusively via digital media distribution outfit FlixFling the same day. “This is an excellent opportunity for FlixFling to offer something totally exclusive to our growing community,” says the company’s CEO, Tom Ashley. “It was always our intention to release this film uncut, but given the recent charges against Sitges director Angel Sala, we have decided to release an edited version. We believe this film deserves to be seen as the filmmakers originally intended and hope to be able to release A SERBIAN FILM uncut in the future.”
A SERBIAN FILM follows former adult-movie star Milos (Srdjan Todorovic) as he’s lured out of retirement to perform in an unusual underground movie production, and is plunged into a series of depraved and horrifying situations. See our review here.
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