The catastrophe takes place while a Parisian journalist is broadcasting a story about the event of the year; “The battle of Villemolle”; which is supposed to attract tourists to the town. Luckily, Villemolle's valiant mayor Frank Ballon and his sidekicks will lead an unrelenting battle against the bloodthirsty living dead!
VILLEMOLLE 81 will make your day with its man hunt and chase scenes, handmade splatter, mutilation, and nuclear explosion scenes. Simultaneously, Vincent Paronnaud's newest film is a reflection on the position of the zombie in the contemporary French society.
“The first half of the film assembles totally heterogeneous elements, among them an educational film about the hamster sausage and an animated propaganda film about the Zoltarian sect. […] VILLEMOLLE 81 is above all a comic film. It's a subtle mixture of Rohmer and Romero.”
Title: Villemolle 81
Original Title: Villemolle 81
Language versions: French original version with English or Spanish subtitles
Length: 90 min
Director: Vincent Paronnaud (Winshluss)
Screenplay: Frédéric Felder
Cinematography: Prune Brenguier
Editing: François Nabos
Sound: Laurent Sassi
Music: Olivier Bernet
Featuring: Frédéric Felder, Frédérique Arnoux, Frédéric Lathérade, Pierre Laxague, Hélène Larouille, Fabrice Warchol, Jérôme Jolicart, David Bourgeois, Nicolas Leroy, Grégory Lakowicz, Blutch, Jean-Louis Capron
Production: Les Requins Marteaux, FIBD
Age Recommendation: 17