The FBI tests a virus developed by aliens in a little town. But what looks like a simple experiment, begins to
transform people into killer zombies. The FBI decides to isolate the town from the rest of the world. But this is a decision
that the few survivors will not accept. Now wrestler John West, medical student Bill Johnson and computer nerd Max Giggs will
try to find a map that contains the only exit from town. On their way, they will have to fight against thousands of zombies
and discover the connection between the aliens and the undead.

After the success of Plaga Zombie, the original crew decides to make a sequel which at the same time could be a
movie shown independently of Plaga Zombie. By this way, the people that hadn’t seen the first one could enjoy the sequel
although they hadn’t seen the original. After three years of arduous work, and with the enthusiastic support of hundreds of
friends and extras, they could finish ZONA MUTANTE.

The movie opened at COSMOS CINEMA, Buenos Aires, in December 2001. The film was such a success that its
premiere at the Cosmos Theater was a sell out event, even when the country was passing through one of its worst
economic crisis. In 2002, Zona Mutante participated in several festivals around the world such as FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL
DE CINEMA DE CATALUNYA (Sitges, Spain), MOSTRA DE VALENCIA (Spain), LA SEMANA DE TERROR DE SAN SEBASTIÁN (Spain),
SOBRAS FILM FESTIVAL (Chile) and BRUSSELS INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF FANTASY FILM (Brussels, Belgium).
In January 2003, the movie reopened at the MUSEO DE ARTE LATINOAMERICANO DE BUENOS AIRES (MALBA)
and it was also showed in FANTASIA (Canada).
 
Directed and written by Pablo Parés and Hernán Sáez
Cinematography by Pablo Parés and Hernán Sáez
Cast: Berta Muńiz (John West)
Pablo Parés (Bill Johnson)
Hernán Sáez (Max Giggs)
Esteban Podetti (James Dana)
Paulo Soria (Max Fan)
Andres Perrone (Scott Lee Ray)
Walter Cornás (Rebelde)
Ariel Olivetti (Agente Tony Todd)
Daniel de la Vega (Zombie)
Produced by Walter Cornás, Pablo Parés,
Berta Muńiz, Paulo Soria and Hernán Sáez
Associated Producers: Urco Urquiza and Juan Bautista Dartiguelongue
Edited by Hernán Sáez
Art Direction and Make Up by Pablo Parés and Walter Cornás
Sound: Javier Farina
Music by Pablo Vostrouski, Hernán Sáez, Paulo Soria and Alejandro D´Aloisio


official site: www.plagazombie.com.ar