Miss Zombie

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Miss Zombie
Miss Zombie.jpg
Directed by Sabu
Produced by Yoshiki Kumazawa
Satake Kazumi
Release date
  • September 9, 2013 (2013-09-09)
Running time
85 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Miss Zombie is a film directed by Sabu. It was shown at the Busan International Film Festival on October 5, 2013. Running time, 85 minutes. Produced by Yoshiki Kumazawa, Satake Kazumi.

It won the Grand Prize at the Festival international du film fantastique de Gérardmer in February 2014.[1]

Story[edit]

In a future-time Japan, zombies are domesticated as servants and pets - the film chronicles a female zombie's 'ordeals and retaliation'.

Cast[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

The film was reviewed favourably at variety.com : - "the low-budget film suggests a cross between Lucky McKee’s “The Woman” and Jonathan Levine’s “Warm Bodies,” Miss Zombie’s exploitation by her “owners” even recalls recent realist dramas about foreign domestic helpers (some scenarios are almost identical to those in Cannes Camera d’Or winner “Ilo Ilo”. "Komatsu (Shara) interprets the character’s transformation — from a stiff, marionette-like figure to someone driven by love and altruism — with a sullen intensity made even more effective by her lack of dialogue. Komatsu made her name as a “gravure idol” (a particular type of pin-up girl in Japan), "and some of her scenes with Teramoto cheekily channel certain genres of Japanese erotica." [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "La bande-annonce du jour: "Miss Zombie"". Retrieved 30 April 2018.
  2. ^ Lee, Maggie (5 November 2013). "Film Review: 'Miss Zombie'". Retrieved 30 April 2018.

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