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Killer of Men | Tzvi On the Mind of a Serial Killer

Killer of Men

The mind of a serial killer is a mystery to unlock. Each serial killer has their own motives for participating in their killing spree. Most will have certain common traits of murdering isolated victims with loneliness, pride, and a demented tactic.

In Tzvi’s Killer of Men, the director portrays one man’s loneliness seeking comfort through killings until he meets a single woman who could change his life.

In a provided statement, Tzvi described Killer of Men as about the forgotten people who inhabit the dark corners of metropolises, who hover around lonely laundromats, dilapidated bodegas, and dusty diners. Killer of Men tries to find hope in the gray sidewalks and murky puddles, god in the godless. The film is a subtle allegory about mankind’s search for emotion and empathy in an increasingly cold, apathetic world. In a time where cinema and the modern world has turned nihilistic, Killer of Men strives to be existentialist. The film aims to give us hope, that no matter how low we’ve sunk there is always a chance at redemption.

Here is the logline for the film:

Killer of Men dives into the dark and gritty world of vengeance, following the story of a man pushed to the edge, forced to confront his demons in a relentless pursuit of justice.

The film stars Jon Peterson (George M Cohan Tonight!) and Stacie Brown (12 Floors).

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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with director and writer Tzvi about crafting the story, Man’s look and personality, and nighttime shoots in the big city.

Tzvi grew up in an ultra-orthodox Jewish community that had a negative view of modern cinema. Strongly influenced by theology and remodernist art movements, Killer of Men is his directorial debut. His short films included I Think I See God in the Window, Anastasis, Life of a Doll, Phenomerotica, and Love at First Sight.

Killer of Men is released on Quiver on Tuesday, June 11.

Watch the exclusive interview with Tzvi below. Let us know what you think of the interview.

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Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Quiver Distribution

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