Monday, April 25, 2011

Well, Shut My Mouth.

So it wasn't all that long ago that I said that Srpski Film was, oh, what were the words I used?

Oh yeah, "never going to see a commercial release in the United States."

It turns out that I was wrong.

Oh, sure, it's going to be the censored version England got (which trims about 4 minutes from the total run time, most of it - though not all of it - from where you'd think), but even so, it's going to be straight-up NC-17, at the very least. And the hell of it is that those cuts - thought totally understandable - are going to cut into one of the bigger themes of the movie, one of the larger points it makes. Bringing it that much closer to  the spectacle its detractors accuse it of being.

But hey, how about that fourth Scream film, huh? I wonder what the rules are now?

1 comment:

  1. As a very late followup: Invincible Pictures has released an uncut version in the US now. See here: