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London, one year from today... The dogs of England are dying, of "Mad Dog Disease," and Rabbie Burns, young drifter and certified schizophrenic, is hearing voices again - on Underground trains, over supermarket tannoys, and on his own T.V. He has 30 hours, a last weekend, to save the world from itself, before the "Supreme Being" himself loses patience and starts over, with a new species... Written by
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An excellent, mind boggling movie, A must-see for Londoners,
Right from the start, this movies keeps you on the edge of your seat, controlling both your mind and soul. A fantastic sci-fi movie with a realistic approach, mixed with threads of comedy; a must-see for Londoners.
The unique plot was well laid out and easily to follow for both sci-fi enthusiasts and newcomers.
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, it sparked off a realistic spectrum of enthusiastic ideas for the future.
This is definitely one of my favourite sci-fi flicks - don't miss it!
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