Michal Kosakowski

All good things come in three, especially when we’re talking about three pillars of German genre cinema. First of all, there’s Jörg Buttgereit, the man who gave us Nekromantik 1 & 2. Then there’s Andreas Marschall, who won a Silver Mélies with Tears Of Kali and brought back the “giallo” to German cinema with Masks (2011). Finally, there’s Michal Kasokowski, who isn’t afraid of controversy and proved it with his excellent Zero Killed from 2011. So when these three guys join forces to make a movie together, be prepared, be very prepared, because they bring us German Angst!