In the Flesh (2013– )
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In an alternative Britain, zombies are being rehabilitated into society by the government. These sufferers of Partially Deceased Syndrome who can be saved are given flesh-tinted make-up and... See full summary »

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Lisa Lancaster
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Amy Dyer
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Kieren Walker
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Dr. Shepherd
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Alex
James Foster ...
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Vicar Oddie
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Janet Macy
Juliet Ellis ...
Patty Lancaster
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Sue Walker
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Philip Wilson
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Shirley Wilson
Susan Twist ...
Mrs. Bennett
Lee Toomes ...
Ben
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In an alternative Britain, zombies are being rehabilitated into society by the government. These sufferers of Partially Deceased Syndrome who can be saved are given flesh-tinted make-up and contact lenses to mask their situation though the vigilante Human Volunteer Force is anxious to do away with them. Young Kieren Walker,one of the sufferers,returns home to Roarton for rehabilitation,whilst his sister Jem is a member of the HVF led by fanatical Bill Macy and hate preacher Oddie. Even driving Kieren home his loving parents Steve and Sue risk an encounter with another vigilante Ken though friendly nurse Shirley shows them how to administer medication to keep their boy 'normal' whilst Shirley's son Philip is a fervent HVF devotee anxious to prove himself. Kieren himself decides to join the Undead Liberation Army but Oddie and Macy are onto him and it is Jem who saves him by diverting them towards another target. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | Horror

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17 March 2013 (UK)  »

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In the room where their parents are waiting for Kieren, a poster can be seen with the slogan "We Understand Partially Deceased Syndrome", credited to Halperin & Weston. Victor Halperin and Garnett Weston are the director and writer of White Zombie (1932), the first feature length zombie film. See more »

Goofs

Kieren refers to "gial" (pronouncing it "jee-al") cells, which are vital for neurological health. The correct term is "glial" (pronounced "glee-al") cells. See more »

Quotes

Steve Walker: If you plan any of that crap again, young lady, you're going to be seriously grounded.
Jem Walker: Instead of what, Dad? Hilariously grounded?
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