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||IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 from 3,162 votes
||Release: 20 September 2014 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi
||Director: David Morlet,
||Stars: Cécile Corsalan, Cyril Hipaux, Dida Diafat, Driss Ramdi, Francis Renaud, Frédéric Troussier, Grégory Givernaud, Hélène de Fougerolles, Jérémy Loth, Justine Bruneau, Luz Mandon, Marie-Sohna Conde, Nicolas Briançon, Nicolas Leprêtre, Sébastien Rouquette
||Synopsis: In the middle of a zombie apocalypse, a resourceful couple hides out in an isolated abandoned building. The woman is pregnant and the man is infected, slowly transforming into the kind of inhuman monster they are trying to escape.
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In its very first minute, Mutants reminds us that in order to survive
the inevitable zombie apocalypse, it is best not to get too attached to
anyone or anything.
And of course, the problem is that it is very easy to say that, but
much harder to put theory into practice. The difficulty with zombies,
besides the fact that they are the tireless, ravenous living dead is
that they are monsters with the faces of our loved ones. Random zombies
are a problem, but one that can be solved with ruthless application of
violence. From Romero's Night of the Living Dead to Robert Kirkland's
Walking Dead the most difficult zombies haven't been the faceless
hordes, but the zombies that we knew when they were human, our sons,
daughters, parents and lovers.
The zombies being offered in Mutants are viral mutants similar to the
ones in Danny Boyle's 28 Days Later, but where Boyle's film gave us a
transformation that was almost simultaneous with infection, Mutants
offers a much crueler plight. It imagines a delay between infection to
full viral mutation of about four days. The cruelty of a long and
painful transformation (in this case strongly reminiscent of
Cronenberg's The Fly) is that it offers the illusion that a cure is
possible. In this case, the main character, Sonia, is a medical
professional. (It is unclear if she is a doctor or a nurse.) Sonia's
identity is vested in her belief that any disease can be cured, that
her infected lover Marco can be saved and she has secrets that help
convince her that a cure is possible, even likely.
This is heresy for zombie affliction afficionados, where the only true
cure for infection is immediate amputation, but by flirting with
heresy, Mutants asks some compelling questions. In the process, it
offers an eloquent elegy to the moral quandary of euthanasia.
At what point is medical treatment crueler than death? At what point
has your loved one become so consumed by disease that all that they
were and all that they could be have been replaced by the disease?
Where does humanity end and death begin? Bad enough to be faced with
those impossible questions, but Morlet ups the ante on Sonia by
reminding us that the inevitable zombie apocalypse is not just about
the zombies, it is also about the apocalypse - the end of everything.
The end of easy transportation, the end of gas, the end of warmth, the
end of light, the end of communication, the end of parts, the end of
bullets, the end of civility, the end of love and the end of trust.
The film is not perfect. It uses a but too much of the shock-cam
technique currently in vogue. There are also a couple of steps in the
mutation that make little sense. Mutant zombies losing their hair makes
sense, but losing their teeth? Really? The reason that the zombie
apocalypse is inevitable has everything to do with our voracious and
insatiable appetite that will eventually overcome and overwhelm our
ability to feed it. The zombie apocalypse is the contrast between the
death of our ability to feed the hunger and the dark monstrous face of
that hunger lying just behind the mask of civility.
David Morel reminds us in Mutants not just of that inevitability, but
also that when the end comes it will be both painful and beautiful, and
that the barrier between life and death, love and hate, civilization
and chaos is not a barrier that is crossed in an instant. It is one
that is crossed so slowly and the hair, the blood, the fluids and all
the mess of life and living shed in the crossing are so distracting
that by the time you know that you have passed the tipping point, it is
too late to turn back.
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, Cyril Hipaux
, Dida Diafat
, Driss Ramdi
, Francis Renaud
, Frédéric Troussier
, Grégory Givernaud
, Hélène de Fougerolles
, Jérémy Loth
, Justine Bruneau
, Luz Mandon
, Marie-Sohna Conde
, Nicolas Briançon
, Nicolas Leprêtre
, Sébastien Rouquette
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