Clip (2012)

Directer:Maja Milos Writter:Maja Milos  Running time:102 min Country:Serbia Language:Serbian Genre:Drama  

Subtitle:English   Starring: Isidora Simijonovic ... Jasna, Vukasin Jasnic ... Djordje Djole Tosic, Sanja Mikitisin ... Jasnina majka,

Jovo Maksic ... Jasnin otac, Monja Savic ... Marija, Katarina Pesic ... Ivana, Sonja Janicic ... Sanja, Jovana Stojiljkovic ... Tanja,
Vladimir Gvojic ... Crni
, Nikola Dragutinovic ... Sone, Mihajlo Nikolic



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ҧ:2 wins & 5 nominations.

British Film Institute Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2012 Nominated Sutherland Trophy Maja Milos 
Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2012 Nominated Best Film Maja Milos 
Chicago International Film Festival
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2012 Nominated Gold Hugo New Directors Competition
Maja Milos 
Rotterdam International Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2012 Won KNF Award Maja Milos 
The winning film is a daring and stunning debut, portraying an abandoned Serbian post-war generation. Its talented young director succeeds in constructing a brutal portrait using the pervasive and uninhibited visual language of the cell phone generation. It shows teens obsessively identifying with video clips, glorifying sex and violence and turning themselves into victims of pornofication. Though confronting, disturbing and explicit, Clip skilfully succeeds in avoiding the trap of exploitation. We really hope a Dutch distributor will show the same courage as Maja Milos did in making this film.
Tiger Award Maja Milos 
A vigorous, rebellious, authentic, honest and revealing film using modern means to depict in a punchy way the mobile generation, who capture their lives through images recorded on their phones. An emotionally disturbed main character in a fractured family, within a broken society. Clip provokes many questions and gives no answers.
Toronto International Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2012 Nominated Discovery Award Maja Milos (director) 
International Critics'' Award (FIPRESCI) Discovery
Maja Milos (director) 


Jasna is a teenage girl living in the poor suburbs in the south of Belgrade, Serbia. She likes to record everything around her using a mobile phone camera. She is making videos of herself, her school friends, family and Djole - the boy of her dreams. Her family is a mess: father is terminally ill and mother is barely coping. That''s why she is spending more and more time hanging out with her school friends, partying and drinking. At one of the parties, she finally starts a conversation with Djole and later they develop an intense sexual relationship. When he realizes that she will do anything to be close to him, Djole starts using her as a sexual object. Jasna starts to experiment with drugs and to skip school. Her life is getting out of control and she needs Djole to accept and reciprocate her affections. Written by Ime Prezime

Jasna is a beautiful girl in her mid-teens, leading a crude life of the postwar generation in Serbia. With a terminally ill father and dispirited mother, she is disillusioned and angry with everyone and everything, including herself. Having a huge crush on a boy from school, she goes on a spree of sex, drugs and partying, constantly filming with her mobile phone. Still, in that very harsh environment love and tenderness emerge.

User Reviews

Serbian Brutale
11 November 2012 | by lovrokrnic (Croatia) – See all my reviews
I''ve already watched a couple of movies about crazy teenagers (Thirteen, The Babysitters, series Skins) but this is probably most explicit and closest to me because come from a similar environment. I especially liked the music, Folk Music has never sounded good like in this film, according to that put the right thing in the right place. Young actors have done a super job and the director for whom I''ve never heard before had done excellent mix between footage from a mobile device and movie camera, I was not so painful to watch as usually After I''ve seen the Serbian movie and "Život i smrt porno bande" which gave me nightmares I was a little scared of the new Serbian Brutale but still not even close that hardcore though the very real and tragic.