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Zoo-Head (2019)

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An addict is trapped to live the same day over and over again when he is placed onto an experimental rehabilitation program that involves memory-looping.


Navin Dev


Navin Dev





Cast overview:
Daniel Ahmadi ... Charlie
Hussina Raja ... Megan
Brian Potter Jr. Brian Potter Jr. ... Barton
Ross Mullan ... Dr. Pierce / Father
Jason Wing Jason Wing ... Advisor
Roik Rajnak Roik Rajnak ... Young Charlie (as Roik A.F. Rajnak)
Audrey Mailhol Audrey Mailhol ... Megan Double


Unemployed and reckless Charlie is addicted to 'zoots', drugs that cause memory deterioration, déjà-vus and delusions. He is a 'zoo-head'. Charlie is forced by his unemployment benefits advisor to attend an experimental rehabilitation program at Infinity, a memory clinic. The program involves memory looping; a zoo-head is looped into a memory of theirs when they were once sober, allowing their mind to regress to its original state and heal any damages. Charlie undergoes the procedure at Infinity but it malfunctions. He dies. Charlie suddenly awakes and discovers that he is reliving the same day over and over again, although his delusions have increased. With help from his girlfriend Megan and tech guru Barton, Charlie rushes to escape repetitions of the loop as the line between reality and memories blur.

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Past. Present. Repeat.


Sci-Fi | Thriller


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The lead actor Daniel lost 20kgs in one month to look like a junkie. See more »

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The concept is good, but the story is not.
19 May 2019 | by silvermistvioSee all my reviews

Zoo Head is sort of seems to be low budget film with amateur directing and performances. Although this film is kind of sloppily done, I like the concept of living the same day over and over again. So, I'd say the concept is good but the story needs to be better than this. I mean instead of making the story based on the guy who is using drags, it'd be better if the story is based on different type of guy.

The running time is too short. I mean normally, for a film, it should have at least 1 hour and 30 minutes. So that the viewers will have satisfactions. But as for this film, I think having 1 hour and 20 minutes is better. At least we don't have to endure for such a long time.

The ending is the worst. The audiences didn't get what is real and what is not. It's like Charlie said, we don't even know what is real and what is fake. We don't get to know the truth. They should have continued to the scene where Charlie got out of the loop. But now? It's like kind of cut off in the middle.

All in all, Zoo Head is kind of a bad film, but it's still watchable. The speed is slow and it's kind of boring but the concept is good and I like it. If they could improve the story line and all, it'd be better than this.

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13 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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