|Directed by||Maja Miloš|
|Produced by||Srdan Golubovic
|Written by||Maja Miloš|
Film House Bas Celik
Clip (Serbian: Klip, Клип) is a 2012 Serbian drama film directed by Maja Miloš and tells the story about young teenager girl Jasna who is obsessed with sex. The film became controversial for its depiction of some explicit scenes, supposedly performed by then fourteen years old actress Isidora Simjonović. However, the authenticity of those scenes is still debatable.
The director said in her interviews that Simjonović had been exposed to some degree of explicitness, however Miloš didn't tell how much of it nor to what kind of sexual acts. Also, Miloš said that prosthetic, dildos, special visual effects, body doubles had also been used, as well as the film had had long post production period but actually, she said nothing about unsimulated sex. However, due to the both film's hyper-realism and the use of minors as the main actors, film was banned in Russia as being a child pornography.
- 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
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- "Maja Milos Exclusive Interview - LFF 2012". Female First. 17 October 2012.
- "Clip filmmakers respond to Russian ban of film". Screen Daily. Retrieved 27 December 2013.
- Gray, Carmen. "License to Shock?: Maja Milos' Clip". FIPRESCI. Retrieved 27 December 2013.
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