[Marxism] A Serbian film

Néstor Gorojovsky nmgoro at gmail.com
Tue Nov 30 17:13:45 MST 2010


Maybe there is no other way to explain what the West and the local
Quislings have done to Yugoslavian peoples by the West and their local
allies in the name of Liberty (and profit earning...) Mass rapists of
the worst kind.

Dare you send a guided missile to wantonly impact at the crowded
nursery of a hospital in Belgrade?

Then watch such a film as the Serbian directors have produced. If you
dare do the worst evil in real life, you should dare watch a lesser,
fictional, evil.

At least a single newborn is raped. Not dozens murdered, burnt,
poisoned or worse.

2010/11/30 Dan <d.koechlin at wanadoo.fr>:
>
>
> I suppose you've all heard about "a Serbian film" by now, "the most
> horrific, disturbing film ever made". Caused an out-roar when it was
> premiered in certain festivals in the US, in England, in Germany ...
>
> Amidst all the controversy, I've just watched "a Serbian film".
>
> And it's true, it is a very disturbing film, but at the same time quite
> a challenging one, in terms of understanding the motivations of the
> Serbian directors. For the film is undoubtedly a serious effort and not
> some cheap production. The actors are major Serbian actors, the shots
> are slow, wide and are the product of much prior thinking in terms of
> colours, contrasts and atmosphere. But it is also incredibly horrific.
>

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