R | | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
A hugely talented but socially isolated computer operator is tasked by Management to prove the Zero Theorem: that the universe ends as nothing, rendering life meaningless. But meaning is what he already craves.
The name "Qohen Leth" references "Qoheleth" (sometimes transliterated as "Qohelethin" or "Koheleth"), the original Hebrew name (and presumed author) of Ecclesiastes--the Bible book that investigates the meaning of life.
You're not dying. Although, in a way, from the moment of birth, we all begin to die. Call it divinely planned obsolence. Soon or late, beggar or king, death is the end of all things. While life might be seen as a virus infecting the perfect organism...
When Qohen is sitting at his computer naked, he is wearing flesh colored underwear.
In memory of the great Richard D. Zanuck who kept the ball rolling.
$79,967 (UK) (14 March 2014)
$219,438 (USA) (3 October 2014)
Take a look at our favorite movie and TV stills from the past year. Spot any of your faves?
Dive deep into everything Golden Globes, streaming, Star Wars, and more.