A Serbian Film is the Most Cut Film in 16 Years!


Thanks to the awesome Cap Howdy for the heads up, the BBC have revealed that Srdjan Spasojevic's controversial film, A Serbian Film is the most cut movie in 16 years, according to the BBFC. 

The previous title holder (not sure if you get a title for most cuts) was the Indian film Nammavar which was cut by 5 minutes 8 seconds for it's violent content.

The film has had 4 minutes and 11 seconds of original footage removed, before it was allowed to be shown to audiences, a BBFC spokeswoman told the website "A number of cuts were required to remove elements of sexual violence that tend to eroticise or endorse sexual violence."

The film is set for a December 10, 2010 theatrical release in the UK, although it is unknown how many cinemas will show the film.

A Serbian Film has had a lot of praise but with the praise it gets a lot more negativity due to it's subject matter and explicit scenes. 

The film critic Scott Weinberg wrote "I think the film is tragic, sickening, disturbing, twisted, absurd, infuriated, and actually quite intelligent."

Check out the UK trailer for A Serbian Film below:


What do you guys think?


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