In an undefined future, the earth has been destroyed by man, and the air polluted with a mysterious virus that turns humans into zombies. Only a few children are immune to the disease and have adapted to these extreme conditions and survived. Camille, a nine year old girl wanders through these desolate wastelands, protecting herself from zombies and the armed military forces that roam the land killing anyone who might be infected. However, the little girl will find other kids like her that share a recurring dream of: they all have visions of the ocean as their destiny. Together they will try to survive the journey to the ocean in search of an escape from the military who seem to be as determined on their destruction as on the zombies. Written by
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I just finished watching this movie and came to IMDb to see what others had to say. Let me tell you this, I had more fun and enjoyment reading the reviews than I did watching the movie. Everything I felt during the movie has already been explained in all of the other reviews. It's like deja v. I think Olguin and Garcias story could be so much better with the proper tweaking. They went way to far out with this one. Watching that little girl walking around was very boring and seemed to become unnecessary. I myself would have done things much differently. The terror factor was minus 10. The ridiculous factor was through the roof.And at the end I was just sitting here wishing I had my two bucks back that I spent on this disaster.I find myself oddly in the mood for calamari.
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