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A man gets caught in an apartment as the zombie apocalypse kicks off.
He is safe, but alone.
Now I would start of by saying this is very well made.
The production, camera work and acting is all great.
I quite like it when films shrink down the scope to a few rooms.
I like everything about this film, except having to sit through it.
The underlying themes of this film is companionship and boredom.
The film demonstrates this very well.
But in doing so makes for a very lonely, boring film.
Watching a man slowly lose his mind from loneliness is not particularity engaging.
There is no survival aspect, no action.
This is a very quiet, considered, hipster film.
There is nothing wrong with that and I am glad the people who enjoyed it, enjoyed it.
I can see why they did, but this is not the experience I want when I put a zombie movie on.
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