ZOMBIOLOGY: ENJOY YOURSELF TONIGHT

JIN WAN DA SANG SHI

By Alan LO

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Action/Adventure - Post-Production 2016


Festivals
& Awards

New York Asian Film Festival 2017
Closing Film
Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival 2017
Official selection
SITGES - International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia 2017
Official selection
Slash Filmfestival 2017
Official selection
    • Year of production
    • 2016
    • Genres
    • Action/Adventure, Thriller
    • Countries
    • HONG KONG (CHINA)
    • Languages
    • CANTONESE
    • Duration
    • 106 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Alan LO
    • Producer(s)
    • Clement CHEUNG
    • Synopsis
    • Lung (starring Michael Ning) and Chi-Yeung (starring Louis Cheung) are two eccentric hot-blooded young men leading a devil-may-care life. They deem themselves as heroes that can save the earth.

      However, Lung can do nothing about things in life that don’t work out as he wishes: he has to move out from where he has grown up; his step-mother Shan (starring Carrie Ng) has chronic depression; he finds his father (starring Alex Man) who’s just out of jail so annoying to get on with; his friend Chi-Yeung is fervently chasing a girl named Chan-Yat (starring Cherry Ngan) while his own idol, a star called Yee-Sue (starring Venus Wong), is still unreachable.

      In the meantime, a monster from Lung’s favorite animation appears in the city out of reason and turns people into zombies. The outbreak of this zombie crisis is followed by a widespread chaos all round. Even Lung’s neighbors have become zombies as well!

      Lung’s father happens to be out of town travelling with Shan. And Chan-Yat has gone missing too. Lung risks his life to break into the infected town in order to take her back home and meanwhile realizes he is merely a loser and slick talker. But he decides not to avoid anymore and to fight a battle against zombies tonight.
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