The outbreak of a deadly virus sends the UK into a state of emergency, into a war it appears destined to lose. In a world without laws, without order and without anybody watching... how far would you go to survive?
Kate Meadows (Joanne Gale) and her cameraman Duke (Simon Burbage) embark on a mission to uncover whether or not a government weapons contractor has secretly been using humans as their test subjects. As they dig deeper, they realise the brutal reality... The test subjects have escaped and are carrying a deadly new contagion meant for use in biological war. They soon find themselves in a race for their own survival as the military lose the fight against the infected and those responsible for the outbreak stop at nothing to prevent the truth being revealed... In a world without laws, without order and with nobody watching, how far would you go to survive?Written by
Slow and steady, but as a kind of Uk indie-survivor-apocalypse (ie not Zombie) film, I really loved this
DO watch if you like slow gentle ambience type smouldering, English style, home/found footage type stuff (over done these days but I like the way it's used here), with some class performances put in by the main actors who all understate things to good and I found powerful effect. Put to a really atmospheric score too.
DONT watch if you want action/gore/zombie madness. This film is about loss and I like the indie-feel way it's done. Class act.
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