Zero Killed (2012) Movie

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German - (Original version)


Ratings / Votes
6.6/ 10 (18 Votes)

MPAA Ratings

Production Company
Michal Kosakowski Films [de]

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors


Release Date
(Romania) - 2 June 2012
(USA) - 3 June 2012
(Germany) - 14 June 2012
(USA) - 29 June 2012
(Estonia) - 6 July 2012

Running Time
81 (original version)

Do you have murder fantasies?

fantasies, murder, society, violence,

Technical Support
RAT:16:9 HD - (high definition)

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Full Cast

  1. Beinhauer, Dietmar as [Himself]
  2. Boehme, Max as [Himself]
  3. Bruckner, David as [Himself]
  4. Cavaliere, Michele as [Himself]
  5. Denize, Joseph as [Himself]
  6. Doleschal, Stephan as [Himself]
  7. Dürr, Michael as [Himself]
  8. Eperjessy, Tamas as [Himself]
  9. Figueroa, Sergio (III) as [Himself]
  10. Firmkranz, Nikolaus as [Himself]
  11. Jaczynski, Robert as [Himself]
  12. Jaworski, Grzegorz as [Himself]
  13. Jesch, Michael as [Himself]
  14. Kemeter, Vinzenz as [Himself]
  15. Kiprov, Sava as [Himself]
  16. Kosakowski, Michal as [Himself]
  17. Kosakowski, Rafal as [Himself]
  18. Leitner, Heli as [Himself]
  19. Lung, Michael as [Himself]
  20. Lux, Pino as [Himself]
  21. Maderbacher, Harald as [Himself]
  22. Marzocchi, Paolo as [Himself]
  23. Mazun, Sebastian as [Himself]
  24. Mimica, Aleksandar as [Himself]
  25. Mimica, Goran as [Himself]
  26. Mortimore, Nicholas as [Himself]
  27. Ottacher, Gebhard as [Himself]
  28. Pankl, Karl as [Himself]
  29. Parrett, Mark as [Himself]
  30. Paul, Josef as [Himself]
  31. Radivojevic, Ratko as [Himself]
  32. Sarup, Andy as [Himself]
  33. Scharf, Christian as [Himself]
  34. Schlattl, Jürgen as [Himself]
  35. Smalis, Manuel as [Himself]
  36. Straver, Ries as [Himself]
  37. Sturm, Martin as [Himself]
  38. Vossoughi, Lucas as [Himself]
  39. Wieser, Vitus as [Himself]
  40. Aigner, Uli as [Herself]
  41. Ayaz, Aylin as [Herself]
  42. Behr, Teresa as [Herself]
  43. Berghaus, Dorothée as [Herself]
  44. Braun, Barbara (IV) as [Herself]
  45. Davies, Therese as [Herself]
  46. Engl, Claudia as [Herself]
  47. Fuss, Monika as [Herself]
  48. Hacker, Jennifer as [Herself]
  49. Hadziabdic, Emma as [Herself]
  50. Hegedüs, Gabriela as [Herself]
  51. Heidemann, Anja as [Herself]
  52. Kassner, Franka as [Herself]
  53. Kragulj, Miranda as [Herself]
  54. Maier, Katharina as [Herself]
  55. Martini, Claudia as [Herself]
  56. Mayer, Katharina as [Herself]
  57. Oitzinger, Dorit as [Herself]
  58. Paul, Lucy Antonia as [Herself]
  59. Paul, Marie Philline as [Herself]
  60. Pitayataratorn, Denise as [Herself]
  61. Pregler, Heidi as [Herself]
  62. Silao, Reya as [Herself]
  63. Spitzer, Martina (II) as [Herself]
  64. Wagner, Maggie (III) as [Herself]
  65. Wagner, Neli as [Herself]
  66. Weber, Fabienne (II) as [Herself]
  67. Würzl, Franziska as [Herself]
  68. Yitmez, Esra as [Herself]


  1. Crime
  2. Documentary

Full Plot

Since 1996 film director Michal Kosakowski has been asking people with different backgrounds about their murder fantasies. He offered them the chance to stage their fantasies as short films. The only condition was that they had to act in these films themselves, either as victims or perpetrators. More than a decade later, Kosakowski met these people again to ask them about their emotions during their acts of murder or victimization, and interviewed them about current social topics such as revenge, torture, war, terrorism, media, domestic violence, the death penalty, suicide etc. If someone murdered a person you love, how would you feel about it? Should torture be legalized? Are soldiers murderers? How to define good and evil? Their replies are juxtaposed with the short films based on these 'non-criminal' fantasies made accessible to viewers. Simultaneously, the participants' respective replies help viewers to get better acquainted with them and their highly diverse social and professional backgrounds. It is the banality of their acts that frightens us so badly, their stabbing of innocent people, their orgiastic throttling of marriage partners or their random shooting of unsuspecting visitors to exhibitions. 'Zero Killed' takes the issue one step further: the film deciphers common clichs and patterns of visual violence with the aid of the protagonists' immediate and direct comments. The result is an unconventional hybrid of feature film and documentary that makes viewers question their personal and social positions concerning ethical and moral values and taboos. Michal Kosakowski Plot not found

Music Composers

  1. Marzocchi, Paolo (music composed by)


  1. Kosakowski, Michal (director of photography)

Film Editors

  1. Engl, Claudia (edited by)
  2. Kosakowski, Michal (edited by)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Austria
  2. Germany
  3. Italy
  4. Poland
  5. Serbia