‘ZERO KILLED’ INTERVIEW @ FANDOR/KEYFRAME
with Jonathan Marlow & Michal Kosakowski | Fandor, Keyframe, July 19, 2013
Three, Two, One: ZERO KILLED
‘My intention was to criticize all of this violence.’
At the Chicago Underground Film Festival in 2012, an event already unique in its capacity for great programming year after year, the unconventional documentary Zero Killed made quite an impression. In the film, ordinary individuals are allowed to enact their own murder fantasies provided that they agree to appear in the resulting short. Many years later, they are interviewed about their experiences. The film passes no judgment. Nor should it. The banality of evil is in sharp focus, regardless. Fandor co-founder Jonathan Marlow spoke with filmmaker Michal Kosakowski at his home in Berlin, albeit remotely.