Two friends with Down Syndrome make movie about zombies
July 16, 2016
Two best friends from the United States are making news for a film they have made about zombies.
A zombie is a fictional character found in horror and fantasy movies. It is a dead body brought to life mostly through magic.
The filmmakers, Sam Suchmann and Mattie Zufelt, share a huge zombie obsession. Both of them have Down Syndrome but that has never been a challenge or a setback to them.
Their film, called Spring Break Zombie Massacre, is set in a college and is about a bunch of zombies who are out to spoil college fun.
The two men star as the superheroes in the film. They use technology to make their brains and muscles work faster so they can save everyone from the zombies.
The filmmakers say that people with disabilities have a voice to be heard and they should scream at the top of their lungs to let other people know who they are.
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