Enzian On Demand
We Are Little Zombies
Stream new release We Are Little Zombies and Support Enzian!
Here’s how this works:
For $12 (the cost of a regular movie ticket), VHS will grant you access to the film, which is viewable on any internet-connected device including laptops, tablets, and smartphones. If you have the appropriate technology (Chromecast, Amazon Firestick, AirPlay, Apple TV, Smart TV, etc), you may be able to stream this to your television at home from your computer or phone. After purchasing, you will have access to watch the film for 72 hours.
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For every purchase of We Are Little Zombies from now through Thursday, July 23rd, nearly 50% goes directly back to Enzian. We appreciate your support!
When four young orphans—Hikari, Ikuko, Ishi, and Takemura—first meet, their parents’ bodies are being turned into dust, like fine Parmesan atop a plate of spaghetti Bolognese, and yet none of them can shed a tear. They are like zombies; devoid of all emotion. With no family, no future, no dreams, and no way to move forward, the young teens decide that the first level of this new existence involves salvaging a gaming console, an old electric bass, and a charred wok from their former homes—just enough to start a band-and then conquer the world. Tragedy, comedy, music, social criticism, and teenage angst are all subsumed in this eccentric cinematic tsunami.
Japan, 2019, 120 minutes, Not Rated, In Japanese with English Subtitles, Directed by Makoto Nagahisa
“A riotous debut feature…stylistically exuberant, and one of the most exciting premieres at Sundance this year.”– VULTURE
“Delightful…imagine if ‘House’ director Obayashi Nobuhiko made ‘Scott Pilgrim.’”– NDIEWIRE
“Like someone plugged a fever dream directly into a console system and then set it on fire.”– SLASHFILM
“A visual funhouse, full of surrealistic images and lurid colors.”– ROGEREBERT.COM
“Explosively ingenious and energetic.”– VARIETY
“A visually anarchic exploration of the difficulty of expressing emotion.”– THE PLAYLIST