It is here.
The first Corona-based movie is written, shot and ready to be distributed.
The adventurously-titled Corona is the brainchild of Canadian writer-director Mostafa Keshvari, ExBerliner reports. His film takes place in the steely confines of an elevator, where a microcosm of society is trapped and start to lose it when a Chinese woman, who has recently moved into the building, starts to cough.
From what we can deduce, the film isn’t about the worldwide spread of the virus but rather a wannabe-allegorical chamber piece about how panic and xenophobia spread like a deadly virus.
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