02nd Dec2013

Competition: Win ‘A Serbian Film’ on DVD

by Phil Wheat


A Serbian Film was greeted with vast controversy over its portrayal of sexual violence and is consequently one of the most cut films in British cinema history having over 4 minutes chopped out of the original film by the BBFC and is still banned in multiple countries. The story follows Milos, a retired adult film star, who has fallen on hard times. In order to become financially secure he plunges once more into the depths of pornographic production only to realise too late the depraved nature of his new mysterious and menacing director’s vision. The director, Vukmir, and his cohorts will stop at nothing to complete their film and Milos is forced to carry out a series of increasingly depraved acts. He is desperate to escape this living cinematic hell but Milos cannot possibly know what unspeakable horrors Vukmir has in store for him next.

Safecracker Pictures have today released a Special Edition DVD of the film which will have exclusive, never seen before, behind the scenes footage of the making of the infamous baby scene, chunks of which were censored from the UK release – and we have five copies to giveaway! To win one just answer the following question:

Which of the following controversial films was also filmed in Serbia? Is it
a) Life and Death of a Porno Gang
b) Last House on Dead End Street
c) Henry, Portrait of a Serial Killer

Email your answer to NerdlyComps@gmail.com, making sure to include your name and address. You can also leave your answer on our Facebook page, just make sure to like us first or your entry will be invalid.

A Serbian Film is out now on DVD from Safecracker Pictures. Buy it now at Amazon.

Competition closes December 16th 2013.

• Open to UK participants over 18 only.
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