Indie Trailer Sunday: Pawel Borowski's Polish Thriller 'Zero'
by Alex Billington
September 27, 2009
Continuing our new Indie Trailer Sunday tradition, today's new trailer is for a Polish thriller called Zero. It's the latest film from Polish filmmaker Pawel Borowski (of the short I Love You previously). Zero is 24 hours in the lives of a few people in a city and is a complete loop. I don't fully understand the concept, but I have a feeling it might be like an extension of Gaspar Noé's Irreversible, where the film takes the narrative and twists it in a more artistic and weird way. That said, this trailer is absolutely brilliant, and thanks to Twitch, you can check it out below. Although it doesn't have subtitles, it's still really awesome to watch.
Watch the trailer for Pawel Borowski's Zero:
The film's narrative principle follows the character who spoke the last word in the dialogue. It's the story of numerous characters and of whose fate we will learn as much as this narrative principle allows.
Zero is both written and directed by the up-and-coming Polish filmmaker Pawel Borowski, of only the short film I Love You previously. The project is produced by Opus Film based out of Poland and is apparently completed and ready to go and has already been screening, according to Twitch. We have no clue when or if this will ever be coming to the US, but we'll keeping our eye out for it at upcoming festivals. So stay tuned!