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Juan of the Dead ()

Juan de los muertos (original title)
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A group of slackers face an army of zombies. The Cuban government and media claim the living dead are dissidents revolting against the government.

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Juan
Jorge Molina ...
Lázaro
Andros Perugorría ...
Vladi
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Camila
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La China
Eliecer Ramírez ...
El Primo
Blanca Rosa Blanco ...
Sara
Susana Pous ...
Lucía
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Padre Jones
Eslinda Núñez ...
Berta
Elsa Camp ...
Yiya
Pablo Alexandro González Ramy ...
El Niño
Juan Miguel Mas ...
Mario
Argelio Sosa ...
Rogelio
Marisol Egurrola ...
Abuela Amurrada
Diana Rosa Suárez ...
Suegra
René de la Cruz Jr. ...
El Neni
Sandy Marquetti ...
Policía 3 Gabriel
Luis Alberto García ...
Padre de niño
Olga Lidia Alfonso ...
Dueña casa alquiler
Pablo Baena ...
Español sadomasoquista
Vicente Javier Olmedo ...
Turista español 1
Enrique Gadea ...
Turista español 2
Manuel Herrera ...
Comentarista
Mailyn Domínguez ...
Pareja de Sara
Ulyk Anello ...
Marido de Lucía
Zoraida Rosario ...
Vieja de entrenamiento (as Zoraida Rosario Rodriguez)
Eduardo Armiento ...
Zombie del camión
Pavel Giroud ...
Zombie fumigador
Carlos Massola ...
Zombie marcha
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bryan Barter ...
English Lázaro (uncredited) (voice)
Monique Carmona ...
English Sara (uncredited) (voice)
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English Camila (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Alejandro Brugués

Written by

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Alejandro Brugués ... (written by)

Produced by

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Laura Alvea ... line producer
Claudia Calviño ... executive producer
David González ... supervising producer
Inti Herrera ... executive producer
Gervasio Iglesias ... executive producer
Alejandro Tovar ... line producer

Music by

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Julio de la Rosa

Cinematography by

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Carles Gusi

Film Editing by

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Mercedes Cantero
Pablo Rojo ... co-editor

Editorial Department

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Ismael Gomez III ... assistant editor
Manuel Terceño ... assistant editor
Juan Ventura ... colorist

Art Direction by

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Derubín Jácome

Costume Design by

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Esther Vaquero ... (costumes designed by)

Makeup Department

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David Arguelles ... special makeup effects artist
Marco Antonio Hernández ... special makeup effects artist
Cristian Perez Jauregui ... special makeup effects designer
Karina Espinoza Monroy ... special makeup effects artist
Catalina Montero ... makeup department head
Gerardo Munoz Lopez ... special makeup effects artist
Rocio Rouault ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Ivett Magariño ... production secretary
Vanessa Portieles ... production manager
Mariana Ramos ... assistant production manager
Nanda Rodríguez ... assistant production manager
Lara Sastre ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Laura Alvea ... assistant director
Inti Herrera ... second unit director
Yassel Iglesias ... second assistant director
Olga Sánchez ... first assistant director: Olga Sánchez

Art Department

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Eduardo Roca ... set dresser
Humberto Rosales ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Adolfo Castilla ... foley artist
Juan Egoscozábal ... foley recordist
Evelio Manfred Gay Salinas ... production sound mixer: second unit
José A. Manovel ... sound mixer (as Jose A. Manovel) / supervising sound editor (as Jose A. Manovel)
María Steinberg ... dialogue editor
Daniel de Zayas ... sound recordist

Visual Effects by

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Javier Argente ... modeler
Juan Pedro Campuzano ... visual effects artist
Luis Ferrón ... post-production coordinator: Cata Studios
Paula Gomez ... digital compositor
Paula Gómez ... digital compositor
Manuel Huertas ... digital compositor
Carlos Ibáñez ... digital compositor
Alexis Menacho ... visual effects artist
Manu Nieto ... visual effects artist
Carlos Rico Freire ... digital artist
Manuel Rico ... visual effects supervisor
Raúl G. Salmerón ... digital compositor
Philippe G. Schibler ... visual effects coordinator
Juan Ventura ... visual effects supervisor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Axel Arzola ... second assistant camera
Yanelvis González ... camera operator: "b" camera
Lianed Marcoleta ... assistant camera

Music Department

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Dany Richter ... music mixer

Other crew

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Laura Alvea ... administrator
Cameron Arguelles ... quality control
Sebastián Barriuso ... production assistant
Alfredo M. Díaz ... second production assistant
Rubén García ... production assistant
Lázaro González 'Fefe ... second production assistant (as Lázaro González 'Fefe')
Orlando Gutierrez ... second production assistant
Eduardo Justiz ... production assistant
Dana O'Keefe ... sales agent
Alberto Reytor ... second production assistant
David Ruiz ... second production assistant
Silvia Valero ... administrator
Gerardo José Vega ... set intern

Thanks

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Pablo Pérez ... thanks

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Special Effects

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Other Companies

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Juan is a slacker trying to reconnect with his daughter, who plans to rejoin her mother in Miami. Lazaro, Juan's friend, is trying to connect with his own son, a persistent womanizer. They begin to notice that locals are "going crazy", killing people and eating their flesh, and the recently deceased are returning to life. The Cuban government and the media claim that the zombies are dissidents revolting against the government. Juan starts a business to profit off of killing the zombies, but the group may soon find their own lives at risk. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines 50 years after the Cuban Revolution, a new Revolution is about to begin. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Juan of the Dead (United States)
  • Juan of the Dead (United Kingdom)
  • Juan of the Dead (Germany)
  • Juan, a zombivadász (Hungary)
  • Juan al mortilor (Romania)
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Runtime
  • 92 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Director Alejandro Brugués has stated that the English-speaking character's unspoken plan was to steal Granma, the yacht Fidel Castro used to sail to Cuba from exile in Mexico, from the Museum of the Revolution in Havana and use it to sail off the island. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Night of Terror 2012 (2012). See more »
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Crazy Credits We see Juan fighting zombies on the dock, except that it's animated to look like a graphic novel. See more »
Quotes Juan: [answering phone] Juan of the dead, we kill your beloved ones, how can I help you?
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