Synopsis: A man is found in an airport, dead of a mysterious disease. A race begins to save humanity from what could be a global plague.
Genre: Action, Crime, Horror
  3 wins & 5 nominations.
99 min

while we're sitting on this report?

Who says he will?

No one.

A German at a Romanian hospital.

The pediatric ward.

Just give me a half day...

To check the hotels.


Just check the hotels

with a bathtub in the room.

He can't cook that shit up

on the carpet.

Excuse me?

I'm looking for a man from Romania.

A dead man.

Yes. Are you related?

Not really... Look.

I just have to know

where he was found.

If you are not a family member...

Iversen, I need a spinal sample.

Two visits from Epidemiology

in one morning...

Lyngfeldt was here.

He sent the Romanian back home.

You've got to be kidding me.

No, he said the tests were negative.

What an asshole!

I don't know if it'll help...

but I found markings

on his right wrist.

- Markings?

- Yeah, burn marks.

Maybe a bite impression

that had burned into the skin.

I'll show you the pictures.



Five in all, 3-4 mm deep.

What the hell is this?

Pretty bizarre, huh?

Well, Mrs. Graversen.

How goes the battle

against salmonella?

Better, Doctor.

Your appetite's back?

- I need to talk to you.

- In my office.

When I'm done here.

How about solid food tonight?

That would be nice.

We'll remove that gastric tube.

Where the hell is the body?

- Who do you think you are?

- You sent him back!

There's another one.

A Romanian boy,

reported 36 hours ago.

The test results don't preclude

the possibility

that it's a new virus.

Or that it's nothing at all.

What about the Romanian boy?

We have one unknown cause of death

in this hospital evey day.

I can't detain a foreign national

to benefit

an ambitious senior resident.

That's what it's about!

What are you talking about?


I am going down there

to get a spinal sample.

Your shift starts in 6 hours.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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