Zero

Synopsis: A story about love and hatred, about those who cheat and who are cheated, about violence and sex and surprising secrets which we learn within these strange twenty four hours.
Genre: Action, Drama
Director(s): Pawel Borowski
Production: Opus Film
  1 win & 4 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.8
Year:
2009
110 min
56 Views


Yes?

Good morning.

Have you decided?

Yes.

Field work, bugging, photos.

You pay whatever the result.

And double if you need evidence in court.

I don't need it.

Just a moment.

OK.

Shall we get started, then?

Yes.

When can I expect something?

Hard to say.

A week or 2.

A day if it's clear cut.

Call me at the same time or late at night.

OK.

But, you realize...

Please.

- Goodbye.

- Goodbye.

Later. We've got a better job.

This guy's in a hurry.

He's paying 7K

And when it's all over

we get the f*ck out.

What's going on?

Hey, you there.

2.50...

OK.

Can I give you a flyer?

OK.

- What's going on up there?

- Someone shot a red light.

- Any bodies?

- I don't think so.

We're moving.

Thank you, goodbye.

- How much?

- 2.50...

Can I give you a flyer?

OK. Here's 5.

- Thank you very much.

- Thanks.

Life...

That's the way it is.

People drive like maniacs.

I see it all the time.

A bit of clear road and they're doing 100.

Do you know how much fuel they burn?

Must be a lot.

You bet. And it costs.

I converted the car to autogas.

But does it run any worse? No.

Sure.

But it's not all the same.

Sometimes, when I buy

more expensive gas,

the car goes like a rocket.

Like a rocket.

I can do 100 in third, no problem.

Stop here on the right. By the entrance.

OK.

Here's the card.

24-48.

Don't write down the route.

There you go.

Have a nice day.

Thank you. Same to you.

Again? It'll kill you.

What were you saying?

That you should forget him.

I think he's seeing someone.

- Mum, what are you saying?

- You caught him lying.

I'm sure those "meetings" are dates.

Mum please, that's just his job.

Wait a moment.

I think we've found a donor

for the little boy in room 3.

I have to go, sweetie.

Alright. Bye.

Bye.

There was an accident.

A father and son. The son's

chances are slim, so...

This is him.

He's been here a month. He's not insured.

Fine. We'll need the agreement

of the donor's parents.

His parents need 14,000.

- But that's impossible.

- What do you mean?

They're very poor...

So is the hospital, dear.

Can't something be done?

Well. I can speak to the director.

- But half that sum is the minimum.

- Right, right.

- How's he doing?

- Not good.

- Are they ready?

- Yes.

Faster!

Out of the way!

- You're not allowed in here.

- I lost my way.

- How do I get out?

- There, down the stairs.

Sorry.

Yes?

Where the f*ck are you?

I had to... had to sort something out...

What?

I...

Get here!

- I called her.

- Yeah?

Back to work. Spit roast her.

OK. I'm turning on the lights.

- After you.

- Thank you.

Hello.

What?

- Hello.

- Hello.

11.50.

There you go.

I'm not taking that.

- Why?

- It's ripped.

- But I haven't got...

- I don't care.

- But it's fine, it's from another shop.

- Take it back then.

But...

Too bad.

Leave it!

Give it to me.

Is this one good enough?

Thank you. All the best.

No problem. Good bye.

Have you got any more bags?

This one's broken.

Thank you. How much is that?

Have a good day.

Careful, mind where you're going.

- What are you doing?

- I'm so sorry.

Kids.

- Come on.

- Sorry, do you live here?

Yes, on the top floor.

On your own?

No, with my husband and son.

My son's in hospital,

we're just off to visit him.

- What's the matter with him?

- He's waiting for a transplant.

I don't know if he'll make it.

Even then it costs a lot of money.

I'm from the Our Children Foundation.

Here's my card.

Get your husband to call

me today around 11 pm.

Maybe we can do something.

Thank you very much.

My husband will call for sure.

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