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A Serbian Film is a 2010 Serbian rape and revenge exploitation horror film directed by Srđan Spasojević. It was released on June 11, 2010 in Serbian theatres, with admission restricted to adults. It is extremely gruesome and particularly disturbing due to extreme sexual violence and gore, including sexual conduct involving children. It can offend anyone regardless of the age of the viewer.


The film was banned by the Australian Classification Board for explicit sexualised violence that is very high in impact. The censored version was given an R 18+, but it was banned on review.

Although the Brazilian advisory rating system gave it an age rating of 18, it was temporarily banned (until July 5, 2012).

In Germany, the uncensored version of the film was banned in 2011. A slightly cut SPIO/JK version is available, while the FSK 18 video has about 20 minutes cut.

The New Zealand OFLC rated the publication as objectionable on 24 May 2012, banning it outright.

The uncut version of the film was banned in Norway. A censored version, that had four minutes removed, was released but eventually withdrawn by the distributor.

Screening of the film in South Korea was restricted to urban cinemas.

In Spain, the film was banned by a court and thus could not be shown in the 21st Semana de Cine Fantástico y de Terror.

In the UK, over four minutes of compulsory cuts were made according to the BBFC to remove content that has elements of sexual violence that tend to eroticise or endorse sexual violence.

The cut version of the film was released with an NC-17 rating in the United States.

Where to find it uncensored[]

Through Invincible Pictures, a limited edition uncut version was released via DVD on May 22, 2012. Owning the uncensored version is illegal in New Zealand because it is an objectionable publication.