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  • DIR. Christoph Behl

  • YEAR. 2016

  • COUNTRY. Argentina

  • RUN-TIME. 100 MINS

  • RATING. 18

£6.00 (£4.50 conc.)

Doors 7.30PM

Film 8.00PM

As far as they know Axel, Jonathan and Ana are the last three human beings. Together, they live in a claustrophobic bunker in a post-apocalyptic hell. Outside lies a perilous, urban landscape filled with the undead, where they must scavenge and hunt for food and supplies.

In order to survive they have to learn to live together and overcome explosive human emotions; love, anger and even hate for one another. So Ana invents ‘the therapy room’, a place for them to privately record their confessions, which are then locked away.

But as boredom overtakes, they play a dangerous game by capturing and bringing a member of the undead into their home. Their new “pet” is one risk too far.

What’s Left Of Us is a gripping and terrifying drama that convincingly portrays what life would be like at the end of the world.

Dominique Rocher’s film dwells on his plight and what it means to be truly alone.
— Rob Aldam - Backseat Mafia
Injects some vitality into the stale zombocalypse subgenre not by discarding the form’s constraints, but by making compelling structural and storytelling choices
— Andrew Wyatt - The Lens