KILLER OF MEN – Review by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

Killer of Men is a taut, elegant low-budget feature where a confident grasp of the visual language of cinema speaks as much – if not more so – than narrative nuts and bolts like dialogue. An unnamed man showers, dresses, and walks to the subway where he waits calmly for his next victim to appear. The particular man he sets his sights on appears to intuitively sense the risk, and when he is followed off the train, for one fleeting moment he mistakenly believes that he has shaken his stalker. But it is not to be, and the titular killer of men in the mononymous Tzvi’s debut feature film attacks the first of the film’s unfortunate victims.

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