Post from @DailyMovieSketch

Post from @DailyMovieSketch
A Serbian Film (Srpski Film) (2010)Directed by Srđan SpasojevićThis is one of those notorious movies you'll see on lists of disturbing or difficult to watch films. Because of its content it was banned in several countries or only released in a cut version.The movie is about Milos (Srđan Todorović), a retired porn star who is now struggling to make ends meet and provide for his wife and son. He is contacted by a mysterious filmmaker named Vukmir (Sergej Trifunović), who is willing to pay him a huge sum of money to participate in a film that he is making for very specialised clients. Milos reluctantly accepts, and soon finds himself part of increasingly disturbing and sinister situations.The filmmakers here seem to be trying to top themselves with each scene in disturbing the audience, and I think they succeed. I would suggest not looking at this movie as a commentary on the pornography industry or anything more profound, just watch it as a taut thriller, and you will appreciate it more. It's certainly well made and quite creepy, though at times you will feel guilty about what you are watching. And if you're sensitive in the slightest bit about watching sexual violence on screen, this movie is not for you. The performances are good, and I especially liked the music which adds to the creep factor.I'd actually watched the movie a few years before and now it was mentioned in some article I was reading, so I re-watched it (you can find it online). I drew Vukmir from the movie, the drawing was done with an Artline 0.1mm pen, Pigma Micron 0.8mm pen, white gel pen on Brustro A6 sketchbook and scanned.#DAILYMOVIESKETCH #aserbianfilm #srpskifilm #pen #ink#395 / 28-Nov-18
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