Cinema doesn’t get much more confronting than the latest from cult-hero Indonesian co-directors the Mo Brothers (Macabre). Nomura is a handsome Tokyo businessman who kills people in his funky designer house and uploads videos of his grisly deeds to a secret website. Bayu is a Jakarta journalist with a failed marriage and an obsessive mission to expose a corrupt politician. After stumbling across Nomura’s videos, Bayu decides to follow suit and administer his own form of justice while carrying a camera. When the seasoned psycho and the new guy on this extremely sick block ultimately connect, the stage is set for intense psychological drama and a riveting study of violence as a life-defining act. Smoothly assembled by the Mo Brothers and dotted with deadly black humour, Killers takes hold of your senses from the very first frame and never lets you go.
Japanese, English, Indonesian