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Killing Zoe (1993)

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Zed (Eric Stoltz) is an American vault-cracker who travels to Paris to meet up with his old friend Eric (Jean-Hugues Anglade). Eric and his gang have planned to raid the only bank in the city which is open on Bastille day. After offering his services, Zed soon finds himself trapped in a situation beyond his control when heroin abuse, poor planning and a call-girl named Zoe all conspire to turn the robbery into a very bloody siege.

Director: Roger Avary

Release Date: 1993-10-01
Status: Released
Run time: 96 min / 1:36
Budget: $1,500,000
Revenue: $418,961
Production Company : Live Entertainment
Production Countries: France, United States of America
Release Date: 1993-10-01
Status: Released
Run time: 96 min / 1:36
Budget: $1,500,000
Revenue: $418,961

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Eric Stoltz
as Zed
Julie Delpy
as Zoe
Jean-Hugues Anglade
as Eric
Tai Thai
as François
Bruce Ramsay
as Ricardo
Kario Salem
as Jean
Salvator Xuereb
as Claude
Gary Kemp
as Oliver
Martin Raymond
as Cab Driver
Eric Pascal Chaltiel
as Bellboy
Cecilia Peck
as Martina


Directing Roger Avary Director
Writing Roger Avary Author
Production Samuel Hadida Producer
Production Quentin Tarantino Executive Producer
Camera Tom Richmond Director of Photography
Editing Kathryn Himoff Editor
Art David Wasco Production Design
Costume & Make-Up Tom Savini Makeup Artist

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