Killing Zoe (1994)
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|An american safecracker travels to paris to pull off the perfect bastille day bank robbery, only to have his plans foiled by his partners - a band of frug-crazed incompetents.|
Editor's NoteNihilism, violence and personal degradation rule the day as an American safe-cracker goes to Paris for a daytime bank heist, only to learn that his partners in crime are drug-addled losers. PULP FICTION producer Avary directs this time.
Cast & Crew
|Roger Avary - Screenwriter|
|Quentin Tarantino - Executive Producer|
|Tom Richmond - Director of Photography|
|Tom and Andy - Music|
|Samuel Hadida - Producer|
|Lawrence Bender - Executive Producer|
|Roger Avary - Director|
Plot SummaryZed's a safe-cracking ex-con who's just deplaned in Paris where he and his childhood crony, Eric, are going to mastermind a huge Bastille Day heist. Before his scheduled rendezvous with Eric, Zed spends $200 for a night with Zoe, an angelic, nymph-like prostitute. But their post-coital morning is rudely interrupted by the arrival of Zed's partner in crime, who treats Zoe like a disposable plastic doll.| On Bastille Day eve, Zed finally realizes his French connection doesn't believe in advance planning. Instead, Eric and his fraternity of drug-addicted pinheads initiate a non-stop, pre-heist round of drinking, heroin-shooting and pill-popping.| From the look of things, they may never pull this robbery off.
|"Before we do a job, we live life!" ---- Eric (Jean--Hugues Anglade)|
|"I need to be treated like a dog." ---- woman in black bra|
|"Sometimes you need the honesty and security of a whore." ---- Zed (Eric Stoltz)|
|"['Killing Zoe'] is a movie about choice, and not choosing. About following, and control through hysteria, and lies of omission. It's largely my mind--state at the time when I wrote it, and how I was viewing the world." ---- Roger Avary interviewed by Manohla Dargis, VILLAGE VOICE, 9/6/1994|