In a pandemic, Rachel N. is desperately looking for a remedy for a dangerous virus.
In a not too distant future, a threatening virus has transformed the infected into zombie-like creatures. To prevent the end of human civilization, the doctor finds Lauren for a cure and moves himself in danger. “Pandemic” sees Japanese film again tackling the time regarded catastrophe motion picture recipe, this time with the story of a dangerous infection undermining the nation as different stars attempt to spare themselves and their friends and family.
All that much in the style of the 1995 Hollywood trip “Episode”, the film was coordinated by Zeze Takahisa, (best known for the unique vampire exertion “Moon Child”), with performing artist Tsumabuki Satoshi (“Dororo”) and on-screen character Dan (“Love and Honor”) ahead of the pack parts, and a supporting troupe cast including Sato Koichi (“The Magic Hour”), Ikewaki Chizuru (“Strawberry Shortcakes”), Fuji Tatsuya (“Flavor of Happiness”), Kuninaka Ryoko (“Train Man”), and Mitsuishi Ken. Arriving without further ado on locale 2 DVD by means of MVM, the film was initially discharged locally in 2009, during an era when worldwide infection panics were still all that much making feature news, and given late occasions in Japan, its scenes of frightfully exhaust urban communities demolition as yet ring unfortunately genuine.