I Am Legend

I Am Legend
I Am Legend

Year

2007

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Scientist Robert Neville may well be the last man left alive on Earth after a terrible epidemic. Living in a deserted and eerie New York City, Neville has all the open space he could wish for, not to mention everything that's been left behind in the abandoned shops, but no-one apart from his faithful dog to share them with. By night, his problems get worse because that's when the "vampires" the epidemic has created emerge onto the streets. Set in a New York where weeds and wild animals have consumed the city's sidewalks, this is a powerful and exciting adaptation of the cult Richard Matheson novel.

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Contains strong violence and horror.

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