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KILLING ZOE, Julie Delpy, Jean-Hugues Anglade, 1994

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KILLING ZOE, Jean-Hugues Anglade, 1994

As a film Killing Zoe is not an easy ride and could hardly beconsidered light entertainment. The movie has both a very dark and a very meanstreak to it. Someone searching for light action fare are best left to lookelsewhere. The movie cuts pretty close to the bone with characters who are lessthan likable and certainly less than redeeming. Everyone basically gets theirjust rewards and maybe that is the point. Still the movie makes for anuncomfortable experience. For sheer filmmaking, Avary is someone to watch but inthe end, his film, like its characters, is hollow. The movie certainly deservesto be seen, I just don't know how much I will want to return to it in thefuture.

If ever there was a film that acted as an ode to nihilism or as a posterchild for narcissism, it's Killing Zoe. The movie's content is bleak,disturbing and joyless and does not speak well of the times we live in. In spiteof that, or possibly because of that, it is a movie that deserves to beseen.

KILLING ZOE, Eric Stoltz, Jean-Hugues Anglade, 1994

KILLING ZOE, Jean-Hugues Anglade, 1994

Directed by Roger "Rules of Attraction" Avary, and produced by Quentin Tarantino, the cult classic "Killing Zoe" has just been unleashed as a UK DVD by Universal. D.J. Nock reviews the film and disc, uncovering an underrated modern gem.

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