Klip (2012)

Movie


Klip (2012)

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.
Serbia
IMDb  5.7 /10
Metacritic   54%
Creators
Director Maja Milos
Writer Maja Milos
Information
Release Date2012-04-12
Runtime1h 42mins
GenreDrama
Content RatingUnrated (Unrated)
Awards6 wins & 7 nominations.
CompanyFilm House Bas Celik
CountrySerbia
LanguageSerbian
Vukasin Jasnic
Vukasin Jasnic
Ðole
Sanja Mikitisin
Sanja Mikitisin
Jasnina mama - Jasna's Mother
Jovo Maksic
Jovo Maksic
Jasnin tata - Jasna's Father
Monja Savic
Monja Savic
Marija
Katarina Pesic
Katarina Pesic
Ivana
Sonja Janicic
Sonja Janicic
Sanja
Vladimir Gvojic
Vladimir Gvojic
Crni
Nikola Dragutinovic
Nikola Dragutinovic
Sone
Mihajlo Nikolic
Mihajlo Nikolic
Seric
David Tasic
David Tasic
Deda - Grandfather (as David Tasic Daf)
Ksenija Maric Ðorðevic
Ksenija Maric Ðorðevic
Baba - Grandmother
Lara Mirkovic
Lara Mirkovic
Jasnina sestra - Jasna's Sister
Miodrag Rakocevic
Miodrag Rakocevic
Ujak - Uncle

Clip (film)

Clip (Serbian: Клип, romanized: Klip) is a 2012 Serbian drama film directed by Maja Miloš, her first time directing, and starring Isidora Simijonović in her first film role. The film's title derives from the many short cell phone videos made by the film's central character, Jasna (Simijonović), a troubled teenager whose family is falling apart. The film was released in Serbia on 12 April 2012 at Belgrade's Sava Center. Simijonović won the award for the best actress at the Vilnius International Film Festival and 'The Golden Hazelnut' (Zlatni lešnik) award for the best actress at the fifth International Festival of Film Direction in Leskovac.


Cast

  • Isidora Simijonović as Jasna
  • Vukasin Jasnić as Đorđe "Đole" Tošić
  • Sanja Mikitisin as Jasna's mother
  • Jovo Maksić as Jasna's father
  • Monja Savić as Marija
  • Katarina Pešić as Ivana
  • Sonja Janičić as Sanja
  • Jovana Stojiljković as Tanja
  • Vladimir Gvojić as Crni
  • Nikola Dragutinović as Šone

Reception

The film currently holds a rating of 43% on review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes and a score of 54 on Metacritic, which uses a weighted scoring method.

Controversy

Due to its realistic depiction of sex between minors (Simijonović was 14 when production began), the film was banned in Russia as child pornography. In interviews, Miloš said that prosthetics, dildos, special visual effects, and body doubles had been used, and that the film had a long post-production period.

Accolades

  • Rotterdam International Film Festival - KNF Award 2012