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FilmFracture Review: Contagion

Kathryn Schroeder of FilmFracture writes: "Contagion is a work of fiction, yet it is all too familiar with the recent bird-flu scares and past epidemics, such as the Spanish Flu in 1918 that took the lives of 50 million people. A virus of the magnitude in Contagion can happen; it may not be today, or tomorrow, or even in your own lifetime but it is possible. The fear of the reality of a situation similar to the one in Contagion is where the thrills come from, and the underlining fear you take with you afterwards--shaking someone's hand, touching a doorknob, or being in a crowded elevator will never be the same for you again."

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