Spiky, intellectual Prime Minister Ellis Gregory and his wife Sam are trapped in a safe room during a security alert, and so is friendly cleaner Colin and his trusty vacuum. When a number of explosions rock the outside of the shelter, the physically imposing Colin realises that a frail sickly man in a pin striped suit may not be the ideal candidate to lead them through the crisis. And so does Sam.
Things come to a head when an out of date Wagon Wheel – the only source of food, becomes a focal point in a deadly battle for supremacy.
Mon, 29 October, 2018 — Sat, 03 November, 2018
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