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Virus, The

UK, 2006 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Kole Onile-ere

Virus, The

Set in the near future, the government has taken steps to control rebellious youth. Unruly younger people must be reprogrammed to better fit into current society. Mind images associated with youth culture must be replaced by implanting the society's norm.


D/S/P Kole Onile-ere WS British Council TD 35mm/col/2006/10mins

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