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Killing Time

Synopsis

After committing an unspecified act of violence, a young prostitute, frightened and desperate, turns to her mini-cab driver for help. A relaxed but cautious man he wants to help out but is concerned about the risks involved. The ending is deliberately open-ended and the audience can only speculate about the final outcome.
 
Killing time is a dark, tense, noirish encounter about divided loyalties, morality, race and unspoken desire between two very different individuals struggling to survive on the margins of society. Compelling, stylish and intriguing, killing time is an unusual take on the comfort of strangers.

Details

Year
2004
Type of film
Shorts
Running Time
8 mins
Format
35mm, DigiBeta
Director
Zadoc Nava
Producer
Tim Katz
Editor
Cyril Metzger
Screenwriter
Zadoc Nava
Director of Photography
Tony Miller
Principal Cast
Anna Wilson-Jones, Ewart James-Walters

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Production Company

Sonatine Films/Rose Hackney Barber
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London W1B 5PG
UK

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