Shalomar Binamira, Andrew Legados Figueroa, Nicksonne Dionson, Jing Diaz, Jayne Genido, and Lord Terence Genido
DIRECTOR – Arvin Belarmino;
SCREENPLAY – Arvin Belarmino and Kyla Romero;
CINEMATOGRAPHER/EXECUTIVE PRODUCER – Tristan Cua;
PRODUCTION DESIGN – Christian Espiritu;
EDITORS – Tristan Cua, Chester Villanueva, and Dennis Deleonio;
ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE – Shekinah Alegro;
SOUND – MJ Tan;
PRODUCERS/LINE PRODUCERS – Tristan Cua and Kristine De Leon;
PROSTHETICS – Neil Russell Fuller Amon;
ASSISTANT PROSTHETICS – Divine Jimenez and Jhon Joseph Bungcasan;
LOCATION MANAGER – Allen Trece;
PRODUCTION ASSOCIATES – Gabriel Ramos, Makeu Asuncion, and Zarrina Fernandez;
SUBTITLING – Zarrina Fernandez and John Verlin Santos
A zombie family gets their isolated life disturbed by a human being who attempts to steal their livestock.
In the secluded countryside, a zombie mother attempts to raise her son the normal way – sending him to school, suppressing his appetite for meat. Suddenly, as a human boy tries to steal their pet chicken, their peaceful life gets marred with an unexpected fit of violence.
This is a film about prejudice – the way disadvantaged people are treated as if they’re barely human. They are made to conform to the system and humans in power like zombies without a will or future of their own.