A family takes in a zombie to hold for a friend. They put her to work and eventually she begins to feel again. As she begins to become more human, those around her begin to go in the opposite direction.
So, most of this movie is in black and white. There’s maybe 5 minutes near the end with colour. Although there’s talking, it’s not exactly necessary to understand much of it. So if you can’t find it in your language or something, don’t worry. Everything is shown. A large part of this movie is making you feel. All that really needs to be known is that there are different levels of zombies and some guy wants to start selling the low level zombies as pets. And you can’t let them have meat. When the townspeople hear about this zombie, they freak because they don’t want it in their town. That’s really all that’s said that you can’t get from just watching.
It was an interesting enough movie. Not exactly my cup of tea. Oddly enough, the woman that plays the zombie is Sailor Venus/Aino Minako from the live action Sailor Moon. I didn’t realize how cute she was until I watched this movie. Weird.
Anyway, I would suggest this. Sure, I didn’t love it, but it was interesting. Of course, the main (probably only) reason I’d suggest it us because everything was shown. Everything they’re feeling, everything you’re supposed to feel, is shown. The words mean very little and are very seldom used. Be warned though, there is some violence and rape. Nothing actually explicit though.