"A Vivid Thriller" -Len Klady, DAILY VARIETY
An American safecracker named Zed (Eric Stoltz) is summoned to Paris by his childhood buddy, Eric (Jean-Hugues Anglade) to help pull a Bastille Day bank heist. Dreams of easy money quickly evaporate when the heist goes sour and Eric transforms into a psychotic, drug-crazed sociopath.
This highly controversial first film by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Roger Avary was an instant cult classic and fast became the barometer by which Generation X gauged its own nihilism.
Killing Zoe is a "must own" dark vision that drags exploitation, kicking and screaming, into the realm of art house cinema - neither will ever be the same.