Angelique Kidjo's funky song "Batonga".
going Senegalese/Frenchman, in the front seat.
Le Mondial. Tres bien.
He starts driving.
moment. L'autoroute est ferme. A cause
du 14 Juillet.
He drives for a while.
[Do you mind the radio?]
looks at the cab driver's license, his name is Moises Du
[Do you want me to turn the radio off?]
I don't speak French.
(in broken English)
I asked if you mind the radio. Music.
Zed shakes his head "no".
(with a smile)
Zed adjusts his watch.
What time is it?
Time, time, time. I don't know.
Are you in town for business?
It's a nice hotel. Your hotel. Very big
He looks at Zed in the rear view mirror.
Do you know Paris?
I've been here once before. When I was
The cab driver smiles.
Those were the days.
They drive for a while.
I beg your pardon?
Do you have a wife?
for a while)
Well, if you need a wife for the night...
(searching for the right words
Une escorte. Pour vous faire visiter.
(then back to his broken
For business. I give you my number.
Very nice girl. French. Like when you
Know what I mean?
Zed smiles at this and nods.
Speaks the language of love. Take you to
heaven and back. You just tell me and I
set it up.
Zed shakes his head and laughs.
it up. She treat you right. She treat
walks into the room.
proceeds to show him the room.
Killing Zoe (1994)
Synopsis: Killing Zoe is a 1994 American-French crime film written and directed by Roger Avary and starring Eric Stoltz, Jean-Hugues Anglade and Julie Delpy. The story details a safe cracker named Zed who returns to France to aid an old friend in performing a doomed bank heist. Killing Zoe is regarded as a respected "cult" favorite and has been labeled by Roger Ebert as "Generation X's first bank caper movie."