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Juan ist ein Schlitzohr und Lebenskünstler. Er liebt Kuba, denn hier muss er nicht arbeiten. Doch ausgerechnet am Jahrestag der Revolution wird die Hauptstadt Havanna von blutrünstigen Zombies überrollt. Das Staatsfernsehen ist sich sicher. Juan of the Dead (OT: Juan de los Muertos) ist eine spanisch-kubanische Horrorkomödie aus dem Jahr Regie führte der kubanische Regisseur Alejandro. Vergesst „Ghostbusters“, denn die selbst ernannten „Zombiebusters“ sind startbereit und helfen wie und wo sie können. „Juan of the Dead“ ist ein flottes. susannenygards.se - Kaufen Sie Juan of the Dead günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Juan of the Dead ein Film von Alejandro Brugués mit Alexis Díaz de Villegas, Jorge Molina. Inhaltsangabe: Wie reagiert die Bevölkerung des von Krisen.
Juan of the Dead. „Antisozialistische Unruhestifter“ und „US-gesteuerte Dissidenten“ heißt es im Staatsfernsehen, aber Juan (Alexis Diaz de Villegas) und seine. In Alejandro Brugués' Horrorparodie "Juan of the Dead" muss Kuba mit einer ganz neuen Art von Dissidenten fertig werden: Zombies. Indem man sich nach einer Zombie-Invasion als Zombie-Killer verdingt. Und keiner ist besser als Juan of the Dead. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu.
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Juan Of The Dead - RedaktionskritikAuch ähneln die Szenen am Strand eher einem Flashmob als einem Endzeitfilm. Jorge Molina. Trending: Meist diskutierte Filme. Juan of the Dead Trailer OV. Juan de los Muertos. The Frighteners.
However, in general, me and comedy-horror have had a somewhat checkered past. This film, however, works very well and on a few different levels: Being a ZomCom, the comedy violence works well and isn't overplayed; the characters are parodies of what you'd expect, but again only taken as far as the tone of the film would allow; and as for tone, its where this film really comes into its own and makes it well worth seeing, elevating it above the status of most mid-budget horror.
The political overtones are just that, and are meant to be taken as very obvious and tongue-in-cheek, and play well with the general idea that the characters know they are being lied to by the government and just play along, and for the audience it's made quite clear that any political subtext is not meant to override the point of the film as mostly a bit of a laugh.
The feel of the movie is very interesting, with a good mix of a Dawn of the Dead remake apocalyptic desolation, with Spaghetti Western styling, against a backdrop of 50s styling in both scenery as you'd expect in Cuba , but also 40s and 50s farce in several places.
Think Charlie Croaker in Italian Job the original, of course. I wouldn't be surprised to see him crop up again in Western-released films before too long!
All in all, it mixes to make a very original-feeling zombie movie and totally worth watching. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
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Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A group of slackers face an army of zombies. The Cuban government and media claim the living dead are dissidents revolting against the government.
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That, coupled with allowing their corruption to come out by looting and even attacking humans that Lazaro claims owe him money puts strain both on his relationship with his daughter, and the success of their business.
The group is later rounded up by a shady military group, forcing them to strip naked and get into a truck. It seems they are recruiting able-bodied males to fight the zombie threat but some of the others who were rounded up before were infected, and they reanimate, causing a riot in the back of the truck and flipping it over, enabling Juan's group to flee, and further blunders on the military's part remove any hope they have of any kind of rescue or victory over the undead.
China, who was bitten during the truck incident, dies and reanimates while handcuffed to Juan, and Vladi and Camila struggle to figure out a way to extricate Juan from his predicament.
Juan finally throws China off the roof of their safe haven and Camila throws him some oil to lubricate zombie China's hand, letting him slip out of the cuffs and fall.
The zombies have become too numerous to continue the group's business operations, forcing them to stay on rooftops for safety, sending Vladi out on one-man food retrieval missions which endears him to Camila.
At this point the group is whittled down to Juan, Lazaro, Primo, Vladi, and Camila, the latter two having become romantically involved despite Juan's disapproval.
Losing hope, they decide to try heading for the mountains which may be unpopulated and safer. An escape attempt via motor vehicle is thwarted by mechanical failure and the fact that none of them knows how to drive , forcing them to flee on foot while pursued by hundreds of undead.
Attempting to seek shelter in a bunker, yet another of Juan's ideas proves disastrous, as Primo, while prying open the door, reveals it is overrun and he is pulled in.
The remaining group makes their way to a basketball court where a miraculous feat of vehicular zombie-slaying by a middle-aged white man with a harpoon gun mounted on his truck saves them after they become surrounded.
He tries to tell the group what he knows about the situation in English, but the language barrier between them prevents him from divulging his plan to end the disaster, which he believes has religious implications.
He is then accidentally killed by another of Lazaro's spear gun incidents, forcing the desperate group to come up with yet another plan for escape, and berating Lazaro for his continual screw-ups.
Sheltering in a deserted parking garage the man had led them to, Lazaro amazingly comes up with a plan to make up for his repeated failures.
According to his idea, they construct a flotation mechanism out of empty oil drums and attach them to a convertible, with the intention of attempting to drive through a group of zombies on the street and out onto the beach, where they can reach the water.
They plan to float to Florida where Camila's mother is known to be staying , hoping America might be safer. Lazaro confides to Juan that he had been bitten during their earlier escape, and they share an emotional goodbye while they wait for him to change, until it's revealed it was only a harmless scratch.
Juan and Lazaro fight the zombies standing in their way to clear a path to the water for the car to drive over. Juan hears a child's crying and goes to investigate.
He rescues a little boy from his zombified father and brings him to the car. Lazaro and Juan create a ramp of bodies for the car to jump over the wall separating the street from the sand, and the car makes it into the water.
Preparing to float to freedom, the group is shocked when Juan gets out of the floating car and heads back to shore, explaining to his comrades that he belongs in his homeland and convincing them that he's going to do what he's always done best: Survive.
The end credits are an animated cartoon showing Juan going through the horde of zombies. It is later shown that Camila, Lazaro and Vladi came back to join Juan in fighting the dead.
The film was first shown at the Toronto International Film Festival. Total Film gave the film three stars out of five, noting the film's "jaunty tone bristling uneasily with often unlikeable heroes" but praised its political context, stating that the film "resurrects the genre's political subtexts with jibes at a country where zombies are dismissed as 'dissidents' and public transport continues to run, no matter what.
The site's critics consensus reads, "Filled with wild splatter slapstick, Juan of the Dead also deftly uses its zombie premise as an undead Trojan horse for insightful political commentary.Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Juan of the Dead" von Alejandro Brugués: Eine wirklich neue und originelle Idee für eine Zombie-Komödie zu finden. Indem man sich nach einer Zombie-Invasion als Zombie-Killer verdingt. Und keiner ist besser als Juan of the Dead. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu. In Alejandro Brugués' Horrorparodie "Juan of the Dead" muss Kuba mit einer ganz neuen Art von Dissidenten fertig werden: Zombies. Besser noch: Juan de los Muertos, international als Juan Of The Dead vermarktet, ist nicht nur ein überdurchschnittlich kluger und, ja doch. Juan of the Dead. „Antisozialistische Unruhestifter“ und „US-gesteuerte Dissidenten“ heißt es im Staatsfernsehen, aber Juan (Alexis Diaz de Villegas) und seine.