'Boy Kills World' Behind the Scenes with Director Moritz Mohr, Action Director Dawid Szatarski and Actor Andrew Koji: Fight Scenes Shot with Drones and Rollerskates

Boy Kills World Behind the scenes interview

BOY KILLS WORLD has the coolest 360-degree fight scenes. Director Moritz Mohr, action director/stunt coordinator Dawid Szatarski and actor Andrew Koji reveal how drones and cameramen on roller skates were used.

BOY KILLS WORLD director Moritz Mohr brings anime/manga to life in a wild ride of a movie starring Bill Skarsgård, Andrew Koji, Famke Janssen, Isaiah Mustafa, and Michelle Dockery. CineMovie spoke with the director and his action director/stunt coordinator who take fight sequences to an all-new level using drones and cameramen on roller skates. Koji and Mustafa describe the whole process as a wild time.

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Skarsgård stars as "Boy" who vows revenge after his family is murdered by Hilda Van Der Koy (Janssen), the deranged matriarch of a corrupt post-apocalyptic dynasty that left the boy orphaned, deaf and voiceless. Driven by his inner voice, one which he co-opted from his favorite childhood video game, Boy trains with a mysterious shaman (Ruhian) to become an instrument of death and is set loose on the eve of the annual culling of dissidents. Bedlam ensues as Boy commits bloody martial arts mayhem, inciting a wrath of carnage and blood-letting. As he tries to get his bearings in this delirious realm, Boy soon falls in with a desperate resistance group, all the while bickering with the apparent ghost of his rebellious little sister.

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