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Skinning - We Are The Law [DVD]

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  • Actors: Nikola Rako evi, Viktor Savi, Bojana Novakovi
  • Directors: Stevan Filipovi
  • Format: Dolby, PAL
  • Language: Serbian
  • Dubbed: German
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: KSM
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Sept. 2012
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0085KXOIM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 60,630 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Timid student Novica (Nikola Rakocevi ) lives in the shadow of his charismatic classmate Relja (Viktor Savi ), the leader of a group of violent skinheads. After cheating in an exam to help Relja, Novica is suspended from school and inducted into the gang. Gradually, as the violence, racism and football hooliganism prove irresistible, Novica finds himself sucked deeper and deeper into their ruthless, aggressive lifestyle.

Skinning is a brutal portrait of one man s descent into the vicious world of skinhead gang

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I'm afraid I switched this one off after about 10 minutes. It's the very definition of a botched release, and appears to be a direct port of the German Blu-ray edition.

As other posters have noted, this is a Serbian film, but the only language options are dubbed English and German, which immediately robs the film of its authenticity. Had the technology not allowed for the original Serbian soundtrack, it might have been less galling, but there you go.

To add insult to injury, there's a fake 3-D version of the film included on the UK Blu-ray which isn't 3-D at all. The film was shot and exhibited in 2-D, but there's a rash of Blu-rays in Germany which turn these films into '3-D' by simply off-setting the image from the screen. In other words, the image itself is still 2-D, but it looks as though it has been pushed back from your TV screen, so it looks like you're viewing it from a distance. German viewers ought to be up in arms about this kind of thing, because it's nothing more than a con-trick which besmirches the reputation of REAL 3-D movies.

A pity, because the film itself looks like it might be worth viewing. Wouldn't know it from this release.
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This film is set in contemporary Belgrade, Serbia and is about a young, gifted, maths student called Novica (Nikola Rakocevic). Despite a promising career and even a scholarship he starts to see more and more of his neo Nazi friends who go around lending out copies of `Mein Kampf' and being as racist as possible although some of it is over enthusiastic xenophobia especially concerning Albania if we are being objective.

They do not limit their hatred just there they also hate Jews, gays and Croats to name but a few. They also like Oi music and the uniform clothing of all skinheads everywhere right down to the Doc Marten boots. Meanwhile their antics start to get a bit more law breaking in evidence and the police are about as much use as a placebo on a cancer patient. But all is not what it seems as the layers of intrigue are removed the true nature of who controls what in Serbian society is revealed.

Now this is actually a really good film, easily four stars, however, I can not stand dubbing and it was such a lame effort that it nearly ruined my enjoyment hence my rating of the product not the film itself. I would have much rather been given the option of watching with sub titles and what annoys even more is that they have put on optional sub titles in both English and German, if only they had have just left the sound track in place.

So well acted, believable gritty in the true sense of the word and unusual in that we have a seriously well conceived skinhead film that is not just about the violence but the thought process that gives birth to hatred too. Lots or racism and more swearing than a Dockers convention, but with dubbing reminiscent of seventies Kung Fu, so if you can swallow that for the actual film then you should get a lot out of this well made effort from Serbia.
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This is where my copy went , straight in the dustbin !
Its just so bad , acting , terrace scenes , dubbing everything.
absurd story line to boot (pardon the pun )
I really dont want to waste any more time on this garbage, so iam not .
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This film was a breath of fresh air to me, if you can say that about a Skinhead film. This genre has needed a refresh and something new for a while now, Romper Stomper, American History X and The Believer are the only real contenders in this subject. Although Skinning is a Serbian film and you have to put up with the awful English dubbing that voices the two young male lead characters with middle aged English voices, this film is a real head turner. I have a couple of Serbian friends who live in Belgrade and have always said there is a massive Neo-Nazi problem at the moment, this film depictst that.

Its not cheesey or unrealistic in anyway, it shows the main elements of the Serbia of today, great minds in the classroom but streets where gangs of gypsies, skinheads and football hooligans lurk round every corner. Of course bent coppers and dodgy politicans bring this film into a fantastic conclusion. I have nothing but praise for this fantastic title and the story it tells. Definatley worth a watch if you enjoy these sorts of films.
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This may very well be a reely good film, but the dubbing of the voices was truly awful, so bad that i could not continue to watch it, it annoyed me that much, they would of been much better off subtitlling it, do not waste your time, it will just wind u up
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This Serbian film is dubbed into both German or English. If you are looking for boot boy aggro and some pretty nasty violence then you won't be disappointed - but the basic story of an intelligent young man becoming mixed up in right wing activity - told many times before in various similar films - is of course quite a sobering tale. I was quite amused at how the Serbian Police speak to the characters when they are held after violence at a football match... You could just imagine the secenario if it was played out in the UK - they'd be crying about their human rights!
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Honestly the voices are comedic its like they just went down the local doll office and said who needs a job pros there's skinheads cons this film was made wasting good plastic
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