History Channel came out with this docu-drama about the day after a pandemic hits a few years ago. Have watched it several times it's good - how
long the thing would last before it burned itself out, what would happen with the cops, hospital/doctors, where most people would go, what about the
kids with no parents, dogs with no owners what you would end up after the whole thing is over.
It's good to very good with commentary of professionals - so enjoy!
I might be way off base here. But does this feature a family with a father who tries to get food from an occupied warehouse? The wife ends up shooting
one of the occupiers and they leave with chips. Then in the desert, they pull over so the wife can vomit, armed people come up, puncture the gas tank
and drive off with their supplies.
Thanks OP for sharing this film. Very good story as to how hard to survive could be.
The most important thing I got from this film is to learn how to grow/make penicillin for medical use. I'm not taken away from the fact that food and
water is a must and most important but that part I do know and most of the films I have seen have shown that to be a necessity but never really
thought about a small cut could mean life or death without it.
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