This is a low-budget Canadian film which posits that the zombie apocalypse will be more like the pandemic – turning people into mindless, robotic zombies rather than the usual brain-eating ones. Leave it to Canada to make zombies polite.
There’s not much violence, but lots of paranoia, as the zombie disease spreads. It’s not a film likely to become renowned, and I’m not recommending it, but I feel that the director created the intended ambiance with very little money. The film is thick with gloomy atmosphere. As you watch it, you feel as if you were alone and fearful in the dark, forbidding world of an isolated community struggling through perpetual winter darkness in the far north of Canada.
The other woman with Colleen is the film’s star, Niamh Carolan, who may or may not have a brief nipple-slip in one of these frames.