Synopsis: Nine years after an infection turns most of the humanity into rabid creatures, Patrick, Jack and Lu, a nine-year-old girl, survive in seeming peace and calm in the forgotten snow-covered town of Harmony. We nonetheless sense that something terrible happened between Patrick and Jack because a deep hate keeps them apart. When the infected appear again, Patrick and Jack will have to leave behind all rancor to protect the one being who means more to them than anything else.
Genre: Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Miguel Ángel Vivas
Production: Vertical Entertainment
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
112 min


Evacuations are in progress. All...

...martial law.

Evacuations are in progress.

All residents are... to their

designated quarantines.

Martial law...

It's okay, sweetheart.

It's okay.

Please. I need to know

if he's on the other bus.

- We can check when we stop, ma'am.

- But my son.


Alpha One, this is Alpha Two, over.

One, this is Two. Do you copy?

Why are we stopped short

at the gate? Over.

Alpha One, this is Alpha...

What the f***?

What's happening?

You have to tell us what's happening.

Open the door.

It's all fine.

Everyone stay in the seat and quiet.

Open the door.

And close it behind me.

No one gets on or off till I get back.

Alpha Two, do you copy?

Alpha Two, do you copy?

Alpha Two, do you copy?

- Open the door.

- Yeah. I don't think that's a good idea.

Okay. Close the door behind me...


We need to protect ourselves.

That soldier out there's got two guns.

I don't know.

Maybe we should sit tight, man.

I'm going out.

You got my back.

Come on. Let me go. Quick.

What's happening?

No, no, no.




- Emma.

- Stop...

It's me, it's me, it's me.


Where's Emma?

No. No.

No. No.

Leave me alone.





Jack. Jack.

It's okay. I got her.

It's okay. I got her.

You're okay.

- Jack.

- Emma.

It's okay. It's okay. It's okay.

- No, no, no.

- Baby, stop.

- She's bleeding.

- Oh, sh*t.

- What's that?

- I don't know.

It's not hers.

It's not hers.

Get away from the window, please.

He killed another animal.

Time for homework.

I can't remember

what real meat tastes like anymore.

Photo. Photosynthesis.

- Can you spell it?

- F-O...


What other letters make the sound "F"?

- P-H?

- Very good.

Patrick Thornton here...

broadcasting out of Harmony on 109.9.

Can anybody read me?

Now, that is a real shame.

Because we've got a very special show...

in store for you today on Radio Harmony.

Chock-full of contests, interviews...

fantastic musical numbers.

So let's begin with today's guests.

How you doing, John Doe?

"I'm doing good, Patrick. Really good."

And so tell me, John. Are you happy?

"Of course, Patrick. Why wouldn't I be?"

Well, maybe because you haven't talked

to anybody for nine years...

besides your stupid dog.

All right. Let's get to the weather:

The forecast for tonight is cold.

Tomorrow, cold.

The day after tomorrow, cold.

Next year...

Well, let's move on

to the question-and-answer contest.

Now, this first one is easy.

Whoever gets it right

wins an all-expense-paid trip...

to the end of the f***ing earth.

And the crowd goes crazy

with anticipation.

All right. Now, here's the question:

Where the hell is everybody?

Good night, Lu.


You know I don't like it when you go

downstairs without telling me.

I didn't wanna wake you.

Anyway, I'm big now.

There are bedtimes you need to follow.

You'll be big...

when I tell you you're big.

Can I have another cookie?

I'm still hungry.

But that was...

You're not hungry, you're bored.

When you're finished, brush your teeth,

or you won't get any more cookies.

- I don't like brushing my teeth. It hurts.

- Because you don't brush your teeth.

No, I don't like brushing my teeth

because it hurts.

It hurts because you don't

brush your teeth.


Yeah. I'm coming.

Hey, doggy. Hey, buddy. Did you miss me?

Did you miss me?

I saw a really cool episode yesterday.

Ramble asked Mamble out. She said no.

Because he didn't bring her flowers.

I'd already seen it,

but it was funnier this time.

Hey, doggy. Did you do this?

Did you dig the hole yourself?

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