This beautifully understated film finds meaning in the human connection through a shared experience of sadness, loneliness, and loss.
Here is the irresistible, touching, big-hearted zombie comedy we’ve all been waiting for.
The premise sounds like a goofy, screwball romantic comedy, but the end result is something slightly sad.
It’s not the actual cause of Dick’s death that bothered me, it’s that the film went too far by taking the dramatic route instead of playing it totally for laughs.
There’s an effective subtext about the after-effects of a traumatic incident as well as dealing with outbursts of violence within yourself. It’s tough to watch, but it also sadly feels like essential viewing in today’s divided society.
It’s refreshing to see a documentary with no agenda, just one that’s factual and, believe it or not, a bit inspiring.