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I don't know about you, but I'm kind of zombied out. Tired of zombies all over the place and most of them not particularly well done. Because of this, I almost missed a wonderful Australian movie which I will most definitely watch again.
Cargo (NetFlix, 2017)
Set in the post-apocalyptic Australian outback, this is the story of one man trying desperately to save his baby girl, Rosie, who is too young to walk and must be carried in a backpack. There are zombie encounters, uncharacteristically understated. There are encounters with survivors, much scarier. Ultimately, there is the aboriginal spiritual encounter which is heart breaking.