Let’s face it if there were only one accolade in the world that would see swarms of people flooding to watch a film regardless of its reviews, the stars in it, or the apparent quality of the film content then being dubbed as the most heavily censored film in 16 years is probably it. People will flock in their masses to see the film that had to have four minutes and eleven seconds chopped out before the censors would let it pass.
The problem here, for most of the world anyway, is that the film is Serbian so not only might it not actually feature in too many UK cinemas or on the shelves of your typical Blockbuster but if you can’t be bothered with the hassle of subtitles then you might wish that the whole thing had been censored from beginning to end.
Plus, comments made by the team behind the film also kind of put you off wanting to watch it. After the board finally let it through the mummy net they said that there were a number of cuts that were needed to remove scenes that promoted the use of sexual violence. The producers said that such scenes were meant to symbolise the molestation by the Serbian government. We’re assuming they don’t mean in an entirely sexual and literal way with this one.