LICAF FILM 6: Zombillenium

Cinema | (PG) | 78 minutes |
13th October 2019

In Zombillenium, the Halloween theme park, the monsters are unhappy. Not only are the zombies, vampires, werewolves, and other demons real monsters whose souls belong to the devil forever, they are also tired by their jobs, tired of entertaining consumerist, voyeuristic, and egotistical human beings. In short, they are fed up with office life in general, particularly when it is destined to last for eternity. Then Hector, a human being, arrives. This Standards Compliance Officer is determined to close down the park. Francis, the vampire manager of the park has no other option: he must bite in order to keep their secret. Transformed into a strange monster, separated from his daughter Lucie, and stuck in the park, Hector has a dark outlook on life. What if he finally became the new leading attraction of Zombillenium?

The film will be introduced by Arthur de Pins.
Arthur de Pins started his career at the beginning of the century in animated short film making (including the famous “The Crab Revolution” ), before turning to illustration and comic books. These include the Péchés Mignons series, The march of the Crabs and Zombillénium. The latter was brought to screen by the author in 2017.  

Zombiellenium is included in the weekend or Sunday pass – no need to buy a separate ticket!

DATES & TIMES

13th October 2019

Trailer

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