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Previous movies (Zero, Zero II) were better but let's look what we have here.
Third part of Zero brings great lithuanian actors:
Andrius Bialobzeskis, Ramunas Rudokas, Rimante Valiukaite, Inga Jankauskaite.
The director (Emilis Velyvis)is well know in lithuania for his other movies like Zero, Zero II, Redirected.
There are several different stories in the film, but they all get enough time to develop, we are going to get to know and get to know the characters. If the potential of the first part of Zero has been interrupted by the technical side of the band, then Zero III would merit it. Good camera work, consistent storyboard editing, convincing stunt work - all of these ingredients are characterized by Zero III. Music in all E. Velyvis films was a strong rocking boat. The third part of Zero continues the second-ever collaborative effort with Happyendless. And although Saulius Prusaitis was gone, I would say that the created musical variations are better than the sound of Zero II. And you can disagree with me, but Lolita Zero's new hit Get Frighten is a bit monotonous.
In the end I'd like to mention that E. Velyvis is constantly evolving and expanding in movie industry. He has such a bright future ahead of him
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