Movie Shaun of the Dead Edgar Wright (2004)

Shaun of the Dead is a 2004 horror comedy film directed by Edgar Wright.

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    At almost 30, Shaun doesn’t do much with his life. Between the flat he shares with his mates and the time he spends with them in the pub, Liz, his girlfriend, doesn’t have much space. She, who would like Shaun to get involved, can’t stand to see him hanging around anymore. Exhausted by his empty promises and his inability to devote a little to their couple, Liz decides to break up. Shaun is determined to fix everything, and so much the worse if the zombies break on London, so much the worse if the city becomes a real hell. Now, holed up in his favorite pub, the time has come for him to finally show what he can do…

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