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Drama, Horror, Thriller
In the near future, much of humanity has been wiped out by a zombie fungus, and survivors are being threatened by the infected – known as “hungries” – who feed on human flesh and have had their free will eradicated. What remains of the human race is based in a heavily-guarded Birmingham and their focus is on studying a small group of children that are part “hungry”, part human, seemingly immune to the effects. However the studies require the scientists to kill their test subjects, which teacher Helen finds unacceptable. When Melanie, an extraordinarily gifted child, is selected for dissection, Helen must risk everything to try and save her. Together they embark on a journey that might have consequences for the whole human race.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside an Into Film Festival screening from the See It, Be It strand.
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Reading time 5 mins
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