A spirited meditation on terminal illness, Manang Biring is a comedy-drama featuring a feisty old lady who has learned to accept her imminent demise, until…
Winner, Best Animated Feature Film, 2016
At Seoul Station after sunset, an old homeless man is seen eating another as an undead cannibal epidemic takes a hold of the city. Hye-sun, a runaway teenager, leaves a shabby inn near the station and sees people being attacked – the attacked quickly become attackers, increasing their numbers exponentially. The government declares a lock out of the entire area… not to be reopened until there is no-one left. A unique mix of zombie horror and social criticism, Seoul Station blends horror thrills with a savvy dismemberment of class disparities, resulting in a film that unnerves with both visceral scares and scathing insights.
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