Serbian Movies Online

Frequently Asked Questions

    Im looking for some truely horrifying terrifying gory horror movies. Any suggestions?
    Do not name Paranormal activity 1 or 2. Both were lame and definately NOT (in my oppinion) horror movies. Also the last exorcism sucked too! Thanx.

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      The final scene in The Last Exorcism was awesome. But yeah, the rest of the movie sucked.

      Faces of Death are lame. Virtually none of it is real.

      I like older horror movies my self. Anything by H.G. Lewis (Wizard of Gore, Blood Feast), Lucio Fulci (Zombie 2, City of the Living Dead), Dario Argento, Joe D'Amato, Lamberto Bava.

      Burial Ground - a zombie eats a boob
      Demons - best "transformation" scene ever
      any of Romero's living dead series.

      For newer stuff I liked, Martyrs, The Collector, House of the Devil.

      A Serbian Film is great. It is a very well made movie that keeps your attention throughout the whole thing. But be prepared for it. Read about it online first. It has the most extreme depictions of rape, torture and murder you can imagine. That is why the movie will be remembered, but it is a good movie.

    Where can i find this movie FREE?
    Does ANYONE know how I can watch a serbian film with decent definition absolutly free on my android without having to "sign up" and use a credit card?? Links would greatly be appreciated.

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      i don't think it's possible to access websites that host videos on your phone. either the website won't allow it or the phone isn't strong enough. just watch it on the computer? that's how i watched it. just google 'a serbian film online' and sort through a few results.

    Where can i get some of these movies?
    So i am trying to find some new horror movies to get i have seen everything you can possibly imagine, now im looking for a new extreme in horror movies. I found a great list of truly disturbing movies such as serbian film, salo 120 days of sodom, and stoic ect. I have a huge list of 60 movies i am going to get but alot of them are banned where can i go online to buy them?

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    what is the name of a film about the Bosnian war made in the 90s?
    I remember seeing it years ago, it had a character who's father was Bosniak and had a best friend who was Bosnian Serb but both identified as Yugoslavs and when the war happend the Serb was torn between his Serb loyalties and his loyalties to his friend but ended up killing Bosniaks. Very moving film, what is its name?

    • ANSWER:
      I'm not quite certain as the movies I'm familiar with regarding the Bosnian war are:

      Behind Enemy Lines
      Harrison's Flowers

      However, the following is a few lists I found online:

    What is the most scariest movie youve ever watched?

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      in no order, but i will tell u, these movies made me either feel disgusting for days on end or made me wanna vomit...

      Splatter: Naked Blood
      A Serbian Film
      Pink Flamingos
      Midnight Meat Train
      Human Centipede
      Seconds Apart
      Salo [with an accent mark on the " o "]

      I AM SERIOUSLY WARNING YOU THOUGH!!!! some of these movies weren't that bad, [for me anyway, and I am a person who didn't feel affected by Insidious] but the MAJORITY of them will make u sick to ur stomach, or traumatized. They are available online too.... but seriously consider my warning. If u r naturally a wimp or get easily freaked out or even get hungry while watching these movies, then don't. I had a friend vomit right n the middle of one.... so don't do it on a full stomach. I probably would've vomited too, if i didn't have such a hard stomach
      Oh, and I heard some of these movies were banned in multiple countries.... so............................

    Where can i find a stream of the movie 'A Serbian Film'?
    Not looking to download it.

    • ANSWER:

      Thats the best place online. Just remeber to select "CANCEL" when the pop up asks if you want to upgrade your DIVX PLAYER. Never upgrade the Divx player, as the newer versions are wrought with problems.

      Enjoy the film and the site.

    Anyone learned a new language without a teacher?
    Those of you who were determined enough to teach yourselves a new language (without ever learning it from a teacher), please tell me your native language, the language(s) you learned and how long did it take you to achieve a good conversational level.

    If you have any special tricks please do mention as well. Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      I'm currently learning Serbian on my own. I just started, so I don't have a conversational level yet, but being a linguist I know a little bit about language learning.

      The first thing that I've done is started exposing myself a lot to the language. I have been listening to a Serbian radio station on frequently and, even though I don't understand much of the words of the music, I have learned a few things, like how to say "" in Serbian. You can get this kind of exposure to the language from many sources such as radio, TV, and/or movies. Try to make it so you can understand as much as possible. This means that you can select materials on topics that you already know about (or are interested in) because you will already have more general knowledge about them that you can use to understand and incorporate the language content. Likewise, if you are going to see a movie, you can read the synopsis of the plot online or something so you will already have some understanding of what's going on that you can use to help you get more meaning out of the film. Don't use subtitles though; your brain will have no need to learn new language if it has acces to language that it can already understand.

      I also have access to a couple of native speakers, who have taught me some phrases. The native speakers that I know are pretty knowledgeable about linguistics, so I can ask them technical questions, but if you are acquainted with native speakers of the language you want to learn who don't happen to be linguists, you can have them simply talk to you in the language and have a conversation. If they repeat, talk slowly, and gesture and stuff, you'll be surprised how much you can understand. Likewise, you'll have an opportunity to practice your use of the language in a friendly environment.

      I also got some "teach yourself" type books from the library. The one that I prefer is not heavy on grammar and also not just a phrasebook, but rather a true teach-yourself language course. Stay away from books whose tables of contents are organized around the grammar point that each chapter teaches. Likewise, stay away from books that encourage you to memorize and repeat dialogues. These are both marks of old language teaching methods that have been found to be relatively ineffective. There's nothing wrong with having dialogues in the book that you can read to understand, but if the book says that you should memorize and repeat them, look elsewhere.

      Finally, my main advice would be that you don't have to know everything about the language to be a good user of the language. I, for example, know very little vocabulary in my native language that has to do with fields like hang gliding, rocket science, and so forth. I just don't have a need for that language. In a similar way, you don't need to learn things that you won't use in your new language. For example, do you really need to know the word for "coffee table" in your new language? Learn language that you will really need and use, and it will provide its own motivation for learning.

      Have a great time learning language!

      (P.S. I disagree with the first answerer, who seems to believe that speaking your native language while learning a new one will somehow mess up your new one. While our native languages (or whatever one we've learned just previously) seem to have an effect on our new language, I don't think that you can avoid these effects by not speaking your native language while learning another one. In fact, I would say that the psychological hardship from not talking to your family, etc. might actually undermine your language learning.)

    Where can I buy rare and/or banned movies online?
    I want to know which site in the UK sells cheap DVDs. Rare ones if possible, I'm looking for movies like "Aftermath", "Slaughtered vomit dolls" "The human Centipede" "A Serbian Film" etc etc.

    I know there are online stores like blockbusters, and etc. but they don't seem to sell these kind of films! and eBay seems hard to find 1 specific movie.

    PLEASE help me out 😀


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      i usually buy my dvd's from america direct from the distributors or directors, if you buy them direct from the directors you can usually get the dvd's signed if you ask them nicely,,

      aftermath,slaughtered vomit dolls, cannibal, philosophy of a knife etc etc from

      august underground trilogy, murder collection from

      and with serbain film i havnt found anywhere that sells it UNCUT,, yeah you can buy it in the uk shops but its been cut to bits

    should i bother watching the movie called "A Serbian Film," i dont have a weak stomach & am not easily offende?
    i read mixed reviews from people who watched it online. some said yes, it was grotesque but it was amazing & beautiful at the same time. i heard some variation of that from a handful of people which makes me curious. so forgetting about the shock it a good movie?

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    Where can i watch 'a serbian film' online?

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      Just to warn you, this movie isn't for everyone. Some scenes may be considered very offensive/disturbing to some people.

      Here's a link if you seriously do want to watch it, enjoy:

      If the link gives you some form of countdown, just wait 10 seconds and then select 'Watch Film' or whatever it is.

    Good modern foreign films?
    Well, overall aside from some indie films, the film industry in the US is producing mostly rubbish. I was wondering if anybody could recommend any films from other countries that are either available on DVD in the US(with english subtitles if they are in another language), in theaters, or can be streamed online (again with subtitles).

    A movie I would recommend is Šišanje, which is a serbian movie on nationalism and corruption.

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      Well, I recommend English black comedies (particularly the exquisite 'Keeping Mum' and 'Wild Target'), the films of Michael Haneke ('Cache' and 'The White Ribbon' particularly), Swedish dramas ('As it is in Heaven' has a wonderful Bergman sensibility), French farces (the films of Francis Veber are almost always excellent), Roman Polanski's 'The Ghost Writer', Lars von Trier's later films of the 00's decade (not that 'Land of Opportunity' rubbish), the Australian crime drama 'Animal Kingdom', and the documentary 'The Five Obstructions'.

    Why are films like 'A Serbian Film' allowed to be made?
    Seriously, why? Rape, rape, sodomy, rape, death by rape, sodomy, necrophilia, child rape. I just read the full synopsis of the movie online and felt physically sick!
    I'm no prude when it comes to movies and I understand the morbid fascination that many of us have with violent or sexual movies. I love crime movies, gangster movies and I ADORE horror movies. The sicker the better generally! I find movies like 'The Human Centipede' or 'Wolf Creek' entertaining to watch, although they do make my skin crawl at the same time. But some stuff, I just really do not understand. 'Cannibal Holocaust' was pushing it, but did have a couple of great gore scenes and a brilliant musical score. But all this sexual violence? Really? Where is the line drawn that makes real rape movies illegal but fake ones legal? I don't know. Maybe I'm getting old, but seems to be so horrible, who would want to be involved?! And I hate when people call these movies 'intelligent' or 'arty' - maybe I really am a philistine but if the person who made 'A Serbian Film' was that intelligent surely he could make a far greater political stance in some way other than constant rape scenes. It just seems utterly gratuitous. Is it okay to watch these things just because they're "not real"? Where is the cut-off point?
    This is very long, I'm sure some of you will think I'm a loser.
    Brian my friend! Thanks for your kind words :) Yes I agree, it really is a disgusting crime and it just makes me wonder sometimes, how are movies like this deemed appropriate and why on earth would they even be made. I think more fuss would be made if a film about racism was filmed, yet rape seems okay because they show it at the Cannes festival! Hmmmm.
    P.S thanks for answering, it seemed a bit lonely for a moment there! :)

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      em your are FAR from a fu*king loser and as a buddie of yours I don't like to hear that coming from you at all. you are not the only one. the act of rape in real cases disgust me, it's one of the worst kind of violations in my book, the psychological effects are devastating, it make me fu*king sick. I see your point and as far as I am concerned the consequences of rape especially in pedophiles should be execution. anyway, I have not seen most of the movies you are referencing and I don't watch too many movies based on rapist or serial rapist they disgust me. I hear you em... :)

      any time em...

    Serbian Movie Question?
    Where can I watch 'Sve Je Za Ljude' online.
    Any links for the whole thing would be really helpful.

    • ANSWER:
      Part one:
      Part two:

    Does anyone have a link to A Serbian Film?
    I've searched for it online a found nothing. I've found several sites that will show it if I download Vaudix, but I've already downloaded it twice. I don't want to download the movie. I just want to watch it. Can anyone help?

    • ANSWER:
      I do but we're not allowed to post such links here. Send me a message.

    Where online can i watch a serbian film? ?
    Has anyone seen it?

    • ANSWER:
      this one!!

      youre welcome

    Plot of these movies?
    I need plots of these movies, I've searched, but for some of them is very hard to find plots. Could you help me?
    The movies are:
    Control Room
    Good Night and Good Luck
    White Man's Burden
    Thank you, Shadow.

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      control room -Control Room is a 2004 documentary film about Al Jazeera and its relations with the US Central Command (CENTCOM), as well as the other news organizations that covered the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Made by Egyptian-American filmmaker Jehane Noujaim, the film was distributed by Magnolia Pictures (owned by 2929 Entertainment).

      People featured in the film include Lieutenant Josh Rushing, a press officer from US Central Command, David Shuster, an NBC correspondent, and Tom Mintier, a CNN correspondent. Al Jazeera was represented by Samir Khader, a senior producer, Hassan Ibrahim, a Sudanese journalist who attended American universities and headed the BBC Arab News Service before joining Al Jazeera, and Deema Khatib, a Syrian journalist and a producer at Al Jazeera. Samir Khader later became the editor of Al-Jazeera [1]. Josh Rushing has also started working for Al Jazeera.

      good night and good luck-Good Night, and Good Luck. takes place during the early days of broadcast journalism in the 1950s. Edward R. Murrow, and his dedicated staff—headed by his co-producer Fred Friendly and reporter Joseph Wershba in the CBS newsroom—defy corporate and sponsorship pressures, and discredit the tactics used by Joseph McCarthy during his crusade to root out communist elements within the government.

      Murrow first defends Milo Radulovich, who was discharged from the U.S. Air Force because his father subscribed to a Serbian newspaper. A very public feud develops when the Senator responds by accusing the anchor of being a communist. Murrow is accused of having been a member of the leftist union Industrial Workers of the World.

      In this climate of fear and reprisal, the CBS crew carries on and their tenacity ultimately strikes a historic blow against McCarthy and his methods. Historical footage also shows the questioning of Annie Lee Moss, a Pentagon communication worker accused of being a communist based on her name appearing on a list seen by an FBI infiltrator of the American Communist Party. The film's subplots feature recently married staffers having to hide their marriage to save their jobs at CBS; and the suicide of Don Hollenbeck, who was accused of being a Communist. The film is framed by a speech to the Radio and Television News Directors Association, in which Murrow harshly admonishes his audience not to squander the potential of television to inform and educate the public.

      outfoxed-Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism is a 2004 documentary film by progressive filmmaker Robert Greenwald that is highly critical of the Fox News Channel, and its owner, Rupert Murdoch, claiming that the channel is used to promote and advocate right-wing views. The film says this pervasive bias contradicts the channel's claim of being "Fair and Balanced", and argues that Fox News has been engaging in what amounts to consumer fraud.

      The documentary was not released theatrically, but rather was distributed in DVD format by the liberal Political action committee, and sold online through Internet retailers such as, where it was a top-seller in July 2004.[1] had helped promote the DVD release by taking out a full-page advertisement in The New York Times.[1]

      white man's burden-"The White Man's Burden" is a poem by the English poet Rudyard Kipling. It was originally published in the popular magazine McClure's in 1899, with the subtitle The United States and the Philippine Islands.[1] "The White Man's Burden" was written in regard to the U.S. conquest of the Philippines and other former Spanish colonies.[2] Although Kipling's poem mixed exhortation to empire with sober warnings of the costs involved, imperialists within the United States latched onto the phrase "white man's burden" as a characterization for imperialism that justified the policy as a noble enterprise.[3][4][5][6]

      The poem was originally written for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, but exchanged for "Recessional"; Kipling changed the text of "Burden" to reflect the subject of American colonization.[7] The poem consists of seven stanzas, following a regular rhyme scheme. At face value it appears to be a rhetorical command to white men to colonize and rule people of other nations for their own benefit (both the people and the duty may be seen as representing the "burden" of the title). Because of its theme and title, it has become emblematic both of Eurocentric racism and of Western aspirations to dominate the developing world.[8][9][10] A century after its publication, the poem still rouses strong emotions, and can be analyzed from a variety of perspectives
      White Man's Burden is a 1995 dramatic film about racism in an alternate America where African Americans and Caucasian Americans have reversed cultural roles.

      Louis Pinnock, a Caucasian factory worker (John Travolta), kidnaps Thaddeus Thomas, a Black factory owner (Harry Belafonte) who fired Pinnock over a perceived slight.

      The film was written and directed by Desmond Nakano.

      Tagline: Two men at odds in a world turned upside down.

    what are the best RECENT must-see serbian movies?

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      As you say recent, I'm going to assume that you mean the within the last 5 years.

      The most recent big hit is probably KLOPKA

      Some other recent movies that I enjoyed were:

      The 'Mi nismo andeli' films are also really popular. However I think you must to be Serbian to 'get it' I personally didn't find them funny at all. The first movie was OK but the second was simply awful.. I could only stand watching half the movie, it was so bad! They are apparently making a third film at the moment.

      If it are interested in watching movies in the Serbian language not just ones from Serbia. I can also suggest these movies.... 'GO WEST', 'NAFAKA', and 'GRBAVICA'

      If you are talking about films that are a little older. Then I would recommend some of these films: 'Lepa sela lepo gore', 'Underground','Maratonci trce pocasni', 'Balkanski spijun', 'Virdzina', 'Kako je propao rokenrol' etc etc

      If you are interested in keeping up to date with 'what is good and what is not' in Serbian films I suggest you read 'Balkan Media'

      I think it would be difficult to find many of these movies in a standard movie rental store outside Former Yugoslav countries but you could get hold of these by ordering from any online store catering to the diaspora such as YU4you.

    A Serbian Film screener copy question?
    I am confused with what is the actual uncut or cut versions...I have one version that says 103:45 minutes which does not have screener copy on the top..
    As well as sources which show 99 minutes (with the screener copy at the top)
    The screener copy is supposed to be 104 minutes, yet online they show as 99 minutes for the screener copy...

    Having said that, I scrolled through the film and noticed nothing different...The new born scene is in there still in both versions...and so is the scene with the family and his son at the end...

    I'm just confused as to which is legitimately uncut...And as well the dvd for the U.S.
    it says 103 minutes...can i expect to see the same verison that I've seen, or will those scenes be completey removed...

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      I have the 'unrated/uncut director's cut" version. It's 99.03 minutes long .The new edited version which was released in October 2011 on DVD in the USA is 93 minutes long. All the "offensive" scenes have been cut out. I have never heard of a 103 minute version.
      Don't forget when the films length is listed on the DVD box -the time begins with the first frame and ends after the last credit has rolled. So the 103 minutes may be the original uncut version but is counting the credit roll as well as the actual movie. (just a theory on my part)

    What are some disturbing and sick movies?
    I've seen movies like "Cannibal Holocaust", "Salo: 120 Days Of Sodom", "Last House On The Left" (remake and original) as well as "I Spit On Your Grave" (remake and original) and none seem to scare me or gross me out at even the least. I can watch them all with a straight face, however Cannibal Holocaust did have some moments where I did feel a bit odd (yes, that is the word I am looking for) since I knew the animals that were killed were real.

    Any suggestions?
    Haha, Human Centipede. That did have some weird moments but the whole feel of the movie left me wanting more, it all felt fake and was just a sub-par movie.
    Hard Candy is a movie I have to check out. When I go the USA I might check out A Serbian Film, I've heard so much about it and it just sounds like a porno. But since it's not available in Oz, to my knowledge, I might have to get it.
    Ichi The Killer is another film to the list.
    Ichi The Killer is another film to the list.

    • ANSWER:
      A Serbian Film

      a REALLY sick and twisted film.

      edit: Yeah it's banned in Oz you'll have to watch it online. Hard Candy is pretty twisted too, f**ed me up for a couple of days

    X-Rated Question (Not for Children)?
    I'm looking to create a list of NON-porn movies or shows (and even foreign films) that includes anal intercourse (Unstimulated or Simulated) ..or it includes references to anal sex, or anything related ...For a blog..Thank you in advance

    • ANSWER:
      Deliverance (1972) has an anal rape scene
      Last Tango in Paris (1973) starring Marlon Brando - there is an anal love scene at the end
      Cruising (1980) with Al Pacino has some gay anal scenes
      Pulp Fiction (1994) has an anal rape scene
      The Pillow Book (1996) is a Japanese movie where the main character has anal sex in order to get her book published
      Happy Together (1997) is a Chinese movie about a gay couple with some anal scenes
      American History X (1998) has a very brutal prison rape scene, as does The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
      Boys Don't Cry (1999) has an anal rape scene
      Cruel Intentions (1999) references anal sex when Kathryn tells Sebastian "I'll let you put it wherever you want"
      Bridget Jones's Diary (2003) - there is a reference to anal sex during a scene with Hugh Grant..."what we did is illegal in most countries"
      Brokeback Mountain (2004) portrays gay and straight anal sex
      Mysterious Skin (2008) portrays anal sex and anal fisting
      I Spit on Your Grave (2010) and A Serbian Film (2010) both feature anal sex/anal rape.

      The Kevin Smith movies Mallrats (1995) and Clerks II (2006) - maybe even the first Clerks (1994) and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001) all describe/reference anal sex in a good bit of detail. Clerks II really has a lot of dialogue about anal sex.

      TV Shows:
      "Entourage" 7.05 "Bottom's Up" references/portrays heterosexual anal
      "Six Feet Under" 1.11 "The Trip" features a gay anal scene with a prostitute
      "Girls" 1.1 "Pilot" references anal sex - Lena Dunham's boyfriend wants her to try it, but she doesn't want to
      "Sex and the City" 1.4 "Valley of the Twenty-Something Guys" features Charlotte considering anal sex and ultimately decided against it
      ^^ All of these shows came on HBO, surprise surprise!

      The show "Nip/Tuck" has several references to anal, including this one:

      Others I found online:
      Crash, the 2008 television series, seaon 1 ep. 2. features a heterosexual anal scene.
      MTV show Awkward ep. 3, girl asks guy to take her "b-hymen" bends over but then passes out bc she was drunk
      Spartacus: Blood and Sand, episode "Delicate Things" - there is a heterosexual anal scene.
      In Jennifer's Body (2009) Megan Fox talks about it hurting when she lost her "backdoor" virginity.

    Help Canada?
    Is there any store in Calgary, AB where I can buy Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian or Yugoslavian movies? Do u know any website where I can find that movies?

    • ANSWER:
      Here are a few online places for you to buy movies from ex yug....

      I hope these sites help :-)

    A Serbian Film (uncut)?
    ok, so i want to download the uncut (104 min long) version of A Serbian Film.
    Anyone know where to get it? and are there any uncut versions in DVD form? and for those of you who have watched the uncut, how was it?

    ((i have been searching for soo long, cant find a single uncut version online))

    • ANSWER:
      You should be able to find the uncut version easily enough on bittorrent sites.

      There is a DVD with the edits you mention coming soon or maybe already out.

      I actually saw it the first time it showed in a theater in America. It is a well made movie. It is very brutal, but it does have a message too. I'm a big horror fan and considered it a sort of challenge or some kind of rite of passage to watch it. It is good. If you're into that kind of film it is worth owning.

    A movie called Wheels...?
    I have been hunting for a movie called "Točkovi" in Serbian "Wheels" in Australian. I saw it on SBS about 4 years ago (yes I have been looking that long) I would really love to buy it on either DVD or even VHS if it has to come to it. I need it with English subtitles though because I don't speak Serbian or any other language. Has anyone seen it? Know where I could find it anywhere in Australia? It's been driving me crazy. My partner even orders DVDs for his work and he has never spotted it ever! its never available to borrow in movie hire shops. I did find it in Melbourne in a Serbian movie shop but it didn't have English subtitles, gr. Any help would be the best. Thanks you!

    • ANSWER:
      Getting it with English subs is very hard!!! I only found it on one American shop.
      But you can order it online and they will deliver to Australia

      Alternativly you can download english subtiles here, and they are a few shops that sell the serbian version.

    Remember me subtitles?
    Where can I find subtitles for movie Remember me (2010), I'd like to watch it with my friends but they don't understand it, so.. I need croatian, maybe serbian or a language familiar to those. English subtitles are welcome too.

    • ANSWER:
      You can watch The Remember Me movie online for free at:

    whats some good banned horror films?
    i watched that one where he stictches ppls mouth to there shit pipe already anymore

    • ANSWER:
      Yes, there is one film, called 'A Serbian Film'. I don't know if this is the one you watched, because I've never seen it and don't plan to.

      Very, very strong stuff. Beware, it's got necrophilia (sexual attraction and rape of corpses), child - molesting, pornography and sexual rape/torture.

      Here's some info about it's banning:

      The film is banned in Spain. The film was banned for distribution in Norway and is temporarily banned for screening in Brazil. This was the first time a movie was banned in Brazil since the promulgation of the 1988 Constitution. The last banned film had been Je vous salue, Marie in 1986.
      The film was refused classification and effectively banned days before its release date in South Australia.
      Before its banning in Australia, major Australian DVD retailer JB Hi-Fi announced that they would not be distributing the film, either online or in physical stores. They attributed the "Disturbing content of the film" and a disagreement with the then R-rating to their subsequent ban. However, the film was evidently available for a time.
      On 19 September 2011, the Australian Classification Review Board again rated the film Refused Classification, effectively banning the film from distribution Australia-wide. According to the Review Board, "A Serbian Film could not be accommodated within the R18+ classification as the level of depictions of sexual violence, themes of incest and depictions of child sexual abuse in the film has an impact which is very high and not justified by context."
      In September 2011 Netflix removed the film from their list of titles available for viewing and from their in-site search results without any official explanation.

      So yeah, it's a bad, bad film.

      Also you can see a list of banned films:

      The Exorcist is very famous for being incredibly horrifying, I've never seen it so can't comment. It's probably too tame for your liking though. I hope this helped! :)

    im writing a book about the serbian mafia?
    I am Serbian, and Croatian, and 14 years old. The only thing i know about the serbian mafia is that they kiss peoples cheeks two times, one on each side, and the croatians kiss three times, something like that. Also, "Cosa Nostra" I don't exactly know what it means though. Please help, i think itd be really fun to write about, i got inspired when i saw a movie about the russian mafia. So, if you have any details, like the ones i said, please tell me. 😀 Thanks!
    Thank you that helps. :)
    I told my dad and he laughed. haha.
    I've been doing some on the internet, but i can't find too much, i might have to call up some people in my family, i don't know anything in serbian, or anything because i'm actually from america. but thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      Hi, I'm from Kosovo and I'm 14 too =).
      Umm.. "Cosa Nostra" means "our stuff" in italian, I think. The name was later changed to "Mafia" which sounds to me like "my daughter" (ma fille -in french). The book is a great idea. What I would do would be like, some Mafia guy's daughter would be kidnapped and there would be mafia wars and stuff. I suggest you do more research online and read other books about the mafia.
      You could start here:

      ..also, I'll ask my dad or someone cuz we're neighbors (but enemies=P) with Serbia and we've been part of Yugoslavia like 10 years ago=)
      ..OK! haha now i'm interested myself about the subject and didn't have what else to do, so i did some more research. I should tell u, ,u made a great decision on serbian mafia because there's loads of material ^^
      here are more links:
      and also
      i couldn't find anything you wanted, like their behaviors and stuff but i hope ive helped a little:D

    What is the best quality (single) video file that will play in Windows Media Center?
    I want to download videos to watch in Windows Media Center. I usually use AVI because I don't really know what else to use but it's not the best quality. Any suggestions? It has to be a single file, not like a DVD where it has multiple files for one movie.

    BQ: I have some AVI movies like A Serbian Film and Pan's Labyrinth that are in a different language, if I could find the subtitles online (.srt I believe), how would I attach them to work while I'm watching the movie? And if I'm wrong about the file type, what kind of subtitle file would work best?

    • ANSWER:
      The AVI suffix is used for a wide variety of files. The highest quality would be uncompressed AVI rather than formats like DIVX or XVID which also use the AVI suffix. However, an uncompressed AVI file takes up a massive amount of space on your hard drive, just as WAV audio files are very much larger than mp3 files. Because it's uncompressed there is no data loss or lowered bitrate to affect the quality.

      A full length uncompressed video in 1080p would probably take as much space as a Blu Ray movie - about 50GB. This is why most people settle for some quality loss instead.

    How can I get disturbing images out of my head?
    I watched the uncut version of 'A Serbian Film' on Monday night. If you are unaware of the movie, its considered one of the most graphic, and disturbing movies ever made. I watched it out of curiosity, and i firmly believed I could handle the content, after watching other notoriously controversial films like 'Anticrist' and 'Salo'. Obviously, I was wrong, and one scene in particular has been replaying through my head for the past two days. I wont mention it here, but im sure anyone who's seen the film is aware of the scene im talking about. Ive had trouble sleeping and focusing since then, and if anyone knows of a way for me to clear my head, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advanced.

    PS - If reading is giving you desire to go watch this film, I highly advise you think twice. You cant unsee something like that. Nonetheless, I can do nothing to stop you, and although the film is extremely fucked up it was extremely thought provoking and well-done.

    • ANSWER:
      I have no clue why this film in not banned in the US but it is def sick. Im sorry that you watched it. I didn't see it but I was curious and read the whole story online and just reading it I felt traumatized. I don't know if your talking about the newborn scene? or the scene with his son? give it a few days and try and keep busy and in time you will forget, not completely forget but you wont dwell on it

    What is the most natural way to learn a new language?
    I'm learning Korean. I would love to buy rosetta stone, except for the fact that it's pretty expensive. Are there any other programs that teach korean? I don't mind spending money, it's just I can't pay that much for rosetta stone. Also, does anyone have any other tips for learning a new language? Right now I am paying for It's great, but it's a lot of memorizing. Is there a trick to memorizing and actually remembering things? Thanks for your help! 10 points best answer!

    • ANSWER:
      The most natural way to learn any language is to emmerse yourself as completely as possible in it. This would most preferably entail moving to a country where the language is used, or at the very least doing a semester long exchange student program (assuming you are a student?).

      If this is not an option, then the most comprehensive and intuitively natural path to fluency is first buying some grammar and vocab books (or taking a class) to familiarize yourself with pronunciation, sentence structure, or (in the case of such languages as Serbian, Macedonian, Greek, Russian or oriental languages) learning characters and the alphabet. Graduate to reading newspapers and books, either online or in print, and use the aid of dictionaries or translating websites such as google Translate, to help you piece together what is being said. This will not only help you in memorizing vocab, but also grammar and sentence structure. (incidentally, a peripheral benefit to doing this is that you can actually have intelligent conversations with other Koreans about world news and affairs once your language skill improves. The one thing I used to hate about grammar books is that they'd teach you the stupidest things like, "The fuzzy kitten likes to eat fish and play with yarn". Sure you learn vocab, but how will that help you in having any intelligent conversation with people or convince them to willingly converse with you to help you practice?) Next, start listening to radio and music in the language. Start watching TV & movies in the language. Get a penpal (simple to do online or via something like Facebook or MySpace) so you can practice reading and writting the language. Considering as how you are already Korean, I would imagine that you have family members who can speak the language, no? I would venture to say that the two most important components of practicing and developing language skills are not necessarily reading grammar books and such, but learning to develop your own thoughts in grammatically sound sentences, both in writting and in speaking. Penpals or any other contact with people who can already read, write and speak the language are very important. They also will help you to learn ways of saying things that might not directly translate between English and Korean (just like how the Irish have the saying "Top of the morning to you!" which means Good Morning, but in American English you may need an exlanation of what that means because it doesn't really make sense. I am sure koreans have many different sayings among their language that you won't learn in a grammar book.)

      Use the internet as a tool - there are plenty of websites out there that provide flash cards, exercises, newsletters, tips/tricks etc. that will help you along your way, that are free.

      Memorization is an overwhelmingly necessary component of learning a new language, and unfortunately it can be quite daunting in the beginning. But Rosetta Stone isn't going to magically plug those words into your head - either way, you'll have to memorize them. So, best that you perhaps save your money and try to learn the language in a more organic way:)

    what could i get him for his birthday?
    I been called to a birthday by a very good friend yesterday and today i'm going to his birthday but the problem is i don't know what to get him for his birthday, i know he loves history and mostly Greek Mythology, he also loves the show Dragonball he watched as a kid when it was aired in our country, but the problem is he doesn't know English that well he only watched when it was dubbed i thought of maybe finding the dubbed versions of Dragonball in our language so i could give it to him but i don't think there is any place with that dubbed version, if anyone has any ideas please answer quickly
    today he will be 16

    • ANSWER:
      There were a variety of Greek mythology movies like 300
      Clash of the Titans(2010)
      Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
      You might work with any of them.
      I'm also thinking he might like a small statue. Though I don't have good access to online EU or Serbian shopping, something like this is pretty nice:

    What film most disturbed you?
    I'll let you know the film that really shook me to the core and fried my brain, in a final comment.
    I will let you guys vote on a best answer.

    I agree with the Exorcist answer. When it came out there were lines around the block to see it. The people who saw it were really frightened. I don't ever remember a movie having that much an effect on so many.
    Another movie to see is Jacob's Ladder. That one really bothered me.

    • ANSWER:
      For me there were two movies that disturbed me the most. The first one was A Serbian Film. I like "disturbing" movies so when I kept hearing about how disturbing this one was I had to watch it. I didn't think it would actually bother me because not many movies do. I know they are just movies. I was so wrong. I didn't know exactly what it was about when I started it. I was trying to imagine in my head what could be so horrible about this movie. Well the worst possible thing in my head was no where near what actually happened in that movie. It is absolutely insane. My brain (thank god) doesn't think like the maker of that movie does so I had no idea that such horrible things even existed before watching that movie. The second one that really bothered me was called Megan is Missing. It isn't even classified as a horror movie. It's classified as a drama. It is about two 14 year old girls who run into an internet predator. I've seen other movies about pedophiles and they usually get their point across. Don't meet strangers online. Well none of them got their point across quite as clear as that movie does. I had nightmares, when I could sleep at all, for a week after watching it. I couldn't get the images from the movie out of my head at all. So those are the two that messed with me the most.

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