You probably know all the most effective (and impressive!) tools to quickly exterminate numerous legions of angry zombies? Chainsaw, flamethrower or cool car covered with spikes are obvious choices. But have you ever thought of a nail clipper? Wang You-wei is a loser who keeps order in the Taiwanese parliament. Due to his clumsiness, he quite accidentally makes a laughingstock of an ambitious politician. The woman, in order to save her social undertakings, forces him to replace her in the government… which miraculously works somehow. An idiot with access to the power is a guaranteed apocalypse. For the country, however, this does not matter much since there is an outbreak of a virus in the parliament, which turns politicians into quite idiotic zombies… or maybe only zombies?
“Get the hell out!” is a crazy and ruthless comedy horror that offers fun at indecently high speed. Taiwanese production offers a mixture of absurdity, black humor and zombies in such a great dose that even the propaganda media wouldn’t be ashamed of. The spectacular fight against monsters is intertwined with more twisted gags and gloomy jokes. Imagine that TROMA, “Shaun of the Dead” and a very strange Asian ad could have a child (yes, we know, quite an orgy, but focus!). This is what I.-Fan Wang’s production is. And you will either like it… or get the hell out!
WORLD PREMIERE: Taipei Film Festival 2020
Age restriction: 18+
director: I.-Fan Wang screenwriters: Shih-Keng Chien, Wan-Ju Yang, I.-Fan Wang cast: Bruce Hung, Francesca Kao, Megan Lai, He-Hsuan Lin and others director of photography: Seven Tsai editor: Po-Han Shih, I.-Fan Wang music: Jimmy Lin, CK Chang language: Mandarin subtitles: Polish