- Status: Released
- Movie Tagline: Two Kids. One School.
- Genres: Drama
- Release Date: 2003-09-03
- Runtime: 92.0 min
- Budget: $0.0 million
- Revenue: Not Available
- Production Companies: Professor Bright Films
Cast & Crew
Cal Robertson, Andre Keuck, Serataren Adragna, Melissa Banks, Joshua Bednarsky, Rachel Benichak, Carmine DiBenedetto, Chelsea Cipolla, Christopher Coccio, Victoria Everman, Joe Falco, David Futernick, Alyssa Goodin, Ryan Janowski, Derrick Karg
Synopsis – What to Expect from “Zero Day”
Zero Day is a 2003 American psychological thriller-drama film directed by Ben Coccio. It stars Andre Keuck, Cal Robertson, and Chyler Leigh.
The film follows two high school seniors, Andre and Cal, as they plan a Columbine-style attack on their school. The two boys have been planning the attack for months, and they have acquired weapons, created a website to document their progress, and videotaped their final messages.
On the day of the attack, the two boys go to school and begin their mission. They shoot and kill several students and teachers, and the school is soon in chaos. The police arrive and the boys take hostages. As the police try to negotiate with the boys, the boys’ motivations and plans are revealed.
The boys explain that they are making a statement about the pressures of being a teenager in a society that does not understand them. They also explain that they are taking revenge on the people who have wronged them in the past.
As the police try to talk the boys out of their plan, they realize that the boys are not planning to surrender. The police realize that the only way to end the situation is to take the boys out. In the end, the police shoot and kill both boys.
The film ends with a montage of news reports about the tragedy, and a voiceover by one of the boys’ parents. The film is a powerful exploration of teenage angst
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