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Evoking George A. Romero at his best, The Cured is a smart zombie film that will get you thinking, even as it scares the living daylights out of you. The tight storytelling, expert direction and captivating performances all hinge around one central question that’s never been asked before: when the zombie outbreak is over, what does it mean to be one of the cured?

Synopsis:
Years after Europe was ravaged by the Maze virus, transforming people into cannibalistic monsters, a cure is finally found. Senan Browne (Sam Keeley) is haunted by what he did while infected. As he returns to the home of his brother’s widow, Abbie (Ellen Page), fear and suspicion threaten to plunge the world back into chaos.

Director:
David Freyne

With:
Ellen Page (Juno, Inception, Hard Candy, X-Men: Days of Future Past)
Sam Keeley (Anthropoid, Burnt)
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor (The Infiltrators, TV’s Trial of the Century)
Paula Malcomson (The Hunger Games films, TV’s Ray Donovan)

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