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Argentina 2021
produced by
Leonardo Giuliano, Simon Ratziel, Pablo Parés, Lisandro Negromanti (executive) for Hydra Corp, Raven Banner
directed by Pablo Parés
starring Macarena Suárez, Aldana Ruberto, Sofia Rossi, Anahí Politi, Flor Moreno, Rodrigo Ferreyra, Amanda Nara, Diego Prinz, Paradise Kiss, Aquiles Veccho, Cristian Carbone, Demián Salomón, Ramón Caribe, Loli Boer
story by Pablo Parés, Hernán Sáez, Hernán Moyano, screenplay by Maxi Ferzzola, music by Pablo Fuu, special effects and prosthetics supervisor: Simon Ratziel

review by
Mike Haberfelner

A scientist (Aquiles Veccho) has opened a portal to another dimension and disappeared through it - and when his computer wiz son (Diego Prinz) re-opens the portal to haul him back, he instead grants access to something completely else and much more sinister ...

In a seemingly unrelated story, struggling all-girl rock band PussyCake (Macarena Suárez, Aldana Ruberto, Sofia Rossi, Anahí Politi) and their manager Pato (Flor Moreno) arrive at a venue for their next gig ... only to find the place closed and the whole neighbourhood completely deserted. Pato tries to track down her local contact (Amanda Nara) to find him in a zombie-like, highly homicidal state - and he's not the only one. Seems there has been some zombie outbreak in town, and now or heroines must run and hide - but their numbers are continuously thinned out be zombie attacks. Sure, there's a "zombie hunter" (Rodrigo Ferreyra) on the job, but he's even more dangerous than the zombies, shows no sympathy at all towards our girls, and ultimately turns out to not even be human. And that finds PussyCake between a rock and a hard place ...


Now what in my synopsis might sound like just another zombie flick is actually a pretty original and fresh movie, starting with the fact that it doesn't give a heed about established genre rules but makes up its own on the go without ever trying to explain them away. Plus while the film's dead serious in terms of story, it's very light-footed in approach, with spots of (intentional) camp (like the girls wearing their fancy stage outfits throughout) thrown in for good measure. Plus, the main characters come across as believable and show at least some depth for the audience to really care for them, and a solid small ensemble brings them to life rather beautifully. And the result is a really fun genre ride for sure. 


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