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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 May 2015
After all the positive reviews below, I thought I'd give it a try - but was ultimately disappointed. It's a nice idea, and the acting is fine - but it's just all a bit ponderous and unexciting. And the big reveal doesn't really make any sense. OK - here is the SPOLER ALERT.

Seriously, if the mute girl was so important to the possible survival of the entire human race - don't you think she would have been a bit better protected? The powers that be just dump her in the middle of nowhere with some medical scientists and a few "security guards", and loads of zombies, in the hope that they will stumble on a cure? She would be in some ultra-high security ring-of-steel facility, surrounded by the military with nobody allowed in or out, and all the high-end medical technology that you could shake a stick at! Sorry, but when film-makers assume their audience is so dumb - well maybe most of us are.
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