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The movie transpires in the city of Everett Wisconsin where a mysterious epidemic is running rampant through the population No one knows who the first victims are or how the virus started but anyone bitten by an infected individual dies and then is born again as a mindless ghoul We never learn much about the origins of the virus We see glimpses of TV news broadcasts providing coverage of the spreading epidemic but eventually all that remains on the air is static This is done to create tension and make the audience feel more vulnerable There is one scene in the beginning of the film when Ana is in the shower and we the audience see what is happening on the TV Ana misses it The director does this to create more suspense and keep the audience interacted While watching the film the audience will be thinking whats going to happen to her as she missed whats happening on the TV A group of five surviving humans - Nurse Ana cop Kenneth ordinary guy Michael and expecting parents Andre and Luda- seek refuge in a local mall There they encounter a pugnacious security guard CJ and his sidekicks Terry and Bart The films got all the characters you would expect to see in a zombie movie The films got a hero villain clown hot chick etc This was done because we the audience expect to see these characters in a zombie film So to fulfil the audiences expectations the director has done this From the begging of the film we know who the film is going to revolve around The director has told the audience that Ana has no family if she did have a family and they died then Ana would not be so strong and her emotions would get the better half of her The director has also made her single as there is love and romance later on in the film between
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