They dispose of the reanimated corpse with a spearfishing gun to the eye, and brush it off as a random incident.
While there are some clever kills and moments of humor in interacting with the zombies, the group action scenes are confusingly staged and not particularly interestingly shot.
Glenn Heath is a programmer for the San Diego Latino Film Festival.
Which is also a zombie-comedy film? They make the rain fall and the sun shine.
Scarcity, starvation, zombies… all just another day in Havana.
It's certainly more in the vein of George Romero's explicitly political zombie films.