- Actors: Victoria Almeida, Lautaro Delgado, Lucas Lagré
- Directors: Christoph Behl
- Format: PAL
- Language: Spanish
- Subtitles: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Saffron Hill
- DVD Release Date: 11 May 2015
- Run Time: 98 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 11 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00SX3P42A
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 86,581 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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As far as they know Axel, Jonathan and Ana are the last three human beings. Together, they live in a claustrophobic bunker in a post-apocalyptic hell. Outside lies a perilous, urban landscape filled with the undead, where they must scavenge and hunt for food and supplies.
In order to survive they have to learn to live together and overcome explosive human emotions; love, anger and even hate for one another. So Ana invents the therapy room , a place for them to privately record their confessions, which are then locked away.
But as boredom overtakes, they play a dangerous game by capturing and bringing a member of the undead into their home. Their new pet is one risk too far.
What s Left Of Us is a gripping and terrifying drama that convincingly portrays what life would be like at the end of the world.
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The passage of time is cleverly marked by various methods, notably Axel’ tattoo coverage but everything is kept suitably vague so it can concentrate on the interaction between the three main protagonists. The lack of ‘music’, the dark shadowy building and limited set, plus the fact there are only three people never really becomes tiring and if you can get past the first quarter you’ll probably stick through this as the claustrophobia sucks you in while you try to pick up the backstory.
The single disc goes straight to set-up [5.1/2.0] then goes to two trailers before going to a main menu offering play, chapters, set up [5.1/2.0] and trailers [8 including the two already screened]. Rated 18 this has fleeting full frontal nudity, some swearing and violence, but it’s the atmosphere and the eerie noises outside that intrigue, but the overall situation lacks tension [lose a *]. This certainly isn’t an action movie and there is no real gore to be seen but it is a good take on the ‘Big Brother’ people in a ‘goldfish’ bowl and if you like the ‘people watching’ ‘reality’ Tv shows, this may well please, but just misses top marks.
I enjoyed Vincent Price's crumbling sanity in the Last Man On Earth and the quiet zombie apartment thriller Rammbock. This is more of the same but with 2 men and a woman in an apartment in Argentina. There are a lot of flies, anti insect curtains, tattoos, film diary entries and games. The actors are very good, I found it magnetic. There is a fair amount of shooting and also sexual tension. It is all heading towards the edge of the cliff, things are falling apart, much like the insanity of Apocalypse Now and Buffalo 66. As I just watched the great zombie comedy Night of the Living Deb the day before, I was happy to have this film to balance it out. I find it gripping and enjoyed the acting. The casting is very good indeed, particularly the actress.
It's mostly a three hander - two guys and one girl holed up inside after zombie hordes have apparently taken over outside. No backstory is given and what's happening/happened outside is largely incidental - it gives a reason for these three to be together in this squalid environment. The theory I imagine is that it's all about building up the tension and suspense between these guys but it never sparks.
The glacial pace doesn't help and rarely has 95 minutes of film felt so long. I kept hoping for an interesting finale to make it all worthwhile. That didn't happen.
Axel, Jonathan and Ana are starting to get cabin fever and the bizarre love triangle starts to take its toll. That is about it - throw in a fair bit of tattooing and a plethora of flies and you have one claustrophobic film with moments of intense dysfunctionality.
This though is most certainly not a zombie film and should not be billed as such. It is about three relationships that deteriorate under extreme pressure and that is hardly `breaking news' and then how they try to deal with it. Also at 100 odd minutes it takes its time getting to the point. It is though very well acted and directed with some interesting use of photography and it should be recognised for that. However, as an ensemble piece it falls a fair way short of being `the best zombie film of all time' which is what it says on the cover. If that was `the best zombie film of all time, with only one zombie and less action than a toilet paper advert' then they would have been right on the money.
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No real background explanation - just the usual there's been an apocalyptic/zombie event recently.Read more