|Directed by||Anders Nilsson|
|Produced by||Björn Carlström|
|Written by||Anders Nilsson|
|Music by||Bengt Nilsson|
|Distributed by||Sonet Film|
Zero Tolerance (Swedish: Noll tolerans) is a Swedish action film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 29 October 1999, directed by Anders Nilsson. It is the first film in the series about police officer Johan Falk (Jakob Eklund) and is followed by Executive Protection in 2001 and The Third Wave and 2003.
Johan Falk, a Gothenburg police officer and former member of Nationella insatsstyrkan, gets involved in a shooting on Christmas Eve. He saves the life of a little girl but is then drawn into a stream of events and he ends up being the accused. In the search for the truth he sees no other way than to take the law into his own hands, and becomes hunted by his own colleagues.
- Jakob Eklund - Johan Falk
- Peter Andersson - Leo Gaut
- Lennart Hjulström - Ola Sellberg
- Sonny Johnson - Thorsen
- Marie Richardson - Helen Andersson
- Fredrik Dolk - Peter Kroon
- "Noll tollerans" (in Swedish). Swedish Film Database. 29 October 1999. Retrieved 2 October 2016.
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