Killing Zoe [DVD] [1994]

  • SKU: 4723721
  • Release Date: 08/14/2001
  • Rating: R
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Killing Zoe
An American ex-con gets caught up in a Parisian bank heist that goes wrong in this ultra-violent thriller. Zed (Eric Stoltz), a safe-cracking expert fresh out of prison, travels to France to participate in a robbery planned by his friend Eric (Jean-Hughes Anglade). But first, Zed decides to indulge in some relaxation with a gorgeous, kind-hearted prostitute by the name of Zoe (Julie Delpy). This idyll, however, is interrupted by Eric, who leads Zed and the other criminals on a long night of drinking, drugging, and debauchery. The next day, the thieves find themselves hung over and exhausted, and the plan soon goes disastrously wrong, turning into a hostage situation. Even worse for Zed, he discovers that the lovely Zoe also works as a teller at the bank, forcing him into a tricky moral dilemma. Writer and director Roger Avary, best known as the co-screenwriter of Pulp Fiction, creates a similar combination of black comedy, extreme violence, and hip attitude. Critics of Quentin Tarantino's films raised similar objections to Avary's reliance on bloody violence and a detached sensibility, while the film's fans acclaimed its fast-paced action. ~ Judd Blaise, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Eric Stoltz
    Eric Stoltz - Zed
  • Julie Delpy
    Julie Delpy - Zoe
  • Jean-Hugues Anglade
    Jean-Hugues Anglade - Eric
  • Gary Kemp
    Gary Kemp - Oliver
  • Bruce Ramsay
    Bruce Ramsay - Ricardo

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would recommend to a friend
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    a cult classic


    this film was Produced by quentin tarantino and of course has a cult following, to only a few, where i come from. this is a must see for fans of tarantino. if you are offended by crude films, you might not like this(not for the kiddies). it kinda has that tarantino feel to it. a lot of the film is in french with subtitles and some is in english. this film has a good soundtrack. i'm suprised that they haven't made an anniversery edition with a lot of features and the soundtrack cd in a 3 disk set! idea?

    I would recommend this to a friend

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