Vukmir seems most suspicious out of everyone, but doesn't seem too crazy. I really appreciated the meaning behind the gore and would definately recommend it. It doesn't necessarily make it a good film, although it is admittedly well shot, and well acted. Sub-genres come and go, and the recent tide of shocking torture films are more akin to a test of the viewer's resolve, than the slices of entertainment they used to be. Milos is acquainted with the chief Vukmir that offers a mogul contract to Milos to act in a film.
Presented with the opportunity of a lifetime to financially support his family for the rest of their lives, Milos must participate in one last mysterious film. In any case, Vukmir neither demonstrate the screenplay nor recount the story to Milos. Milos discuss the proposal with Marija and he signs the contract. The wife is a non-judgmental, unassuming, mostly pleasant person who is faithful to Milos and doesn't fret at the fact that his profession of choice is what he is most known for in other circles. I don't get offended by lots of things I see or hear, but it's not enough to say that I am absolutely disgusted with this one.
It's beautifully made, it's heartbreakingly tragic, it's terribly realistic, and it's one of the most effective and well made films as well as one of the most disturbing. It especially works when the film finally makes it's biggest revelation, which is just terrible and deeply heartbreaking, and then the horror doesn't stop there. What works the most about all this, however, is how unabashed and how bizarre and off-the-wall the nature of reality becomes as the film progresses. Aware of his financial problems, Layla introduces Milos to Vukmir - a mysterious, menacing and politically powerful figure in the pornographic business. I just don't love this kind of film, or the thinly veiled attempts to disguise absolute exploitation as something profound. .
From then on, Milos is drawn into a maelstrom of unbelievable cruelty and mayhem. How far would you go! Presented with the opportunity of a lifetime to financially support his family for the rest of their lives, Milos must participate in one last mysterious film. It's the most disturbing film I've ever seen, and I don't regret watching it for even a second. However, Vukmir neither show the screenplay nor tell the story to Milos. Then there's the brother of Milos, whom we only meet a few times and each time he seems like a sleazy, jealous, and unpleasant man. Milos discuss the proposal with Marija and he signs the contract.
The mother lies prone, and pushes the baby out into his hands. Da trifft es sich gut, als sich bei ihm Laylah, eine ehemalige Filmpartnerin, meldet und ein durchaus attraktives Angebot unterbreitet. So if you are having hard times and a massive money offer comes your way. To me, this movie's more about what you're willing to do or subject yourself to in order to take care of your family, and ultimately the cost of the choices we make. This film, in terms of transgressive cinema that includes films such as Ex Drummer, Irreversible, Inside, Martyrs, and Possession, A Serbian Film is one of the best of it's kind.
He needs the cash so he can leave the beset nation of Serbia and begin another existence with his wife and his young child. Go into this with extreme caution and a very open mind. It's also one of the most effective films I've seen in years as well as one of the scariest. Milos is introduced to the director Vukmir that offers a millionaire contract to Milos to act in a film. The film actually took the time to make you care about what happened to Milos, instead of delivering up a total jerk and then reveling in his destruction.
It doesn't make any difference whatsoever. The family is facing financial difficulties, but out of the blue, Milos is contacted by the porn actress Lejla that offers him a job opportunity in an art film. It's also disheartening, frustrating, and cruel. Milos, a retired porn star, leads a normal family life trying to make ends meet. Obviously, there's several gruesome scenes in this movie, as witnessed in the trailer, but it's such a minute part of the film and the worst of the worst is alluded to, rather than shown. Never have I been so emotionally caught up in a story nor seen these themes explored in this way.
A leading role in Vukmir's production will provide financial support to Milos and his family for the rest of their lives. In theaters May 13 2011! So do I fault it for working? The son is as gentle-natured as a boy like that can be and, aside from viewing one of his father's films in the opening of the film, is completely normal and healthy. He seems more eccentric, but that's true of a lot of filmmakers. Zwar ist es Milos nicht geheuer, dass er nicht weiß, was überhaupt gedreht wird, dennoch geht er nach Rücksprache mit der Ehegattin auf das lukrative Angebot ein. Milos talk about the proposition with Marija and he signs the agreement. But if you think you can take it, and can appreciate it for the film it is, go for it! I did find the cinematography to be amazing at times, even if the contents on the screen were repulsive. In Serbia, the resigned porn star Milos is hitched with his darling wife Marija and they have a little child, Peter, that is their pride and delight.