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Anna and the Apocalypse

  • 좀비
  • 미녀
  • 음악 & 춤
  • 스쿨걸
  • 로맨스

UK|2017|107min |Asian Premiere |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
142 7/13  14:00 CGV Bucheon 6 18 GV
208 7/14  13:00 Korea Manhwa Museum 18 GV
902 7/21  14:30 Bucheon City Hall, Main Theater(2F) 18
142 7/13  14:00CGV Bucheon 6
18  GV
208 7/14  13:00Korea Manhwa Museum
18  GV
902 7/21  14:30Bucheon City Hall, Main Theater(2F)
18

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Synopsis

When the zombie apocalypse hits her town at Christmas, teenager Anna and her school friends have to fight, sing and dance to survive. They soon find that being a teenager is just as tough as staying alive at the end of the world.

Program Note

Derived from the late Ryan McHenry’s short Zombie Musical (2011), John McPhail’s (Where Do We Go from Here?) high school zombie musical is a bloody good feast for both the eyes and ears deftly mastering the shifts in tone as a zombie apocalypse hits a small British town during the Christmas period. Teenager Anna (Ella Hunt) who clashes with her father, Tony (Mark Benton) over plans to travel to Australia after she graduates from high school faces a far grislier battle as zombies start devouring the town. With the draconian headmaster, Savage (Paul Kaye) turning into a nefarious menace, it’s up to Anna and her friends to take matters into their own hands and attempt to fight - and sing - their way through the countless zombies as they seek to find their loved ones including Anna’s father. From engrossing musical numbers to gruesome comedy along with moments of tragedy, it hits all the right notes in ways you’ll never forget. (Jason BECHERVAISE)
 

Director

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John McPHAIL

After almost six years of working in the camera department, John McPhail made his first short film with Notes (2013) and won multiple awards. His career as a short filmmaker was really successful as all of his short films won many awards on the international festival circuit. John’s crowdfunded feature film Where Do We Go From Home? (2015) received three awards including Award for Best Film.

Credit

Producer
Naysun Alae-Carew, Nicholas Crum

Screenplay
Alan McDonald, Ryan McHenry

Cinematographer
Sara Deane

Editor
Mark Hermida

Music
Roddy Hart, Tommy Reilly

Production Design
Ryan Clachrie

Cast
Ella Hunt, Malcolm Cumming, Sarah Swire

Sales
AMP International

Star Rating full_starfull_starfull_starempty_starempty_star  5.86