Invincible Pictures, the U.S. distributor of Srdjan Spasojevic's A Serbian Film, announced on its Facebook page today that it will be releasing an uncut version of the film. I'm not sure I ever want to see it again, but its brutal brilliance is undeniable. However, I do wonder how many times Invincible is going to end up in court defending the film against all kinds of anti-this-and-anti-that laws, but I guess they've already hired a decent lawyer.
The inevitable lawsuits will be the best publicity they obviously couldn't buy with their original botched, edited release last year.Fangoria has more details- a streaming version available from Invincible's FlixFling service (which didn't work for me when I tried to use it- caveat emptor!) on May 1, and the DVD available May 22.