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What We Become

The movie follows members of a family as a mysterious plague unleashes flesh-eating zombies in their small town. Suddenly, survival is the main focus, and the family will have to find the strength to fight through the crisis.
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Film Journal International
May 11, 2016 A worthy addition to the ever-swelling ranks zombie/pandemic fiction.
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Los Angeles Times
May 12, 2016 A savvy, sensitive study of suburbanites coping with an encroaching apocalypse.
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EscribiendoCine
January 27, 2017 A film that builds a kind of horror that emerges from the bowels of its own society. [Full review in Spanish]
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Otroscines.com
January 27, 2017 A worthy exponent of terror with zombies and gore excesses of Danish origin. [Full review in Spanish]
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Slant Magazine
May 09, 2016 When Bo Mikkelsen springs his traditional yet cathartic climax, it's earned because the violence matters truly as violation.
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New York Times
May 12, 2016 Muting the usual cacophony of manipulative musical cues and assaultive sound effects - for long stretches, the movie is almost hushed - Mr. Mikkelsen stirs claustrophobia into panic.
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RogerEbert.com
May 13, 2016 As the film peaks, its derivative, clichéd nature falls away and it becomes its own thing. Your enjoyment level will be determined by if you're patient enough with it to get to that point.
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Village Voice
May 11, 2016 In our zombie-glutted media landscape, this is familiar territory; we know what's coming, pretty much beat for beat.
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Guardian
May 12, 2016 It's the same low-budget horror flick you've seen many times before, but it's nice to see some local variants on a familiar theme.
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IMDb: 7
2017
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