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A dystopian coming-of-age movie focused on three kids who find themselves in an abandoned amusement park, aiming to unite whoever remains. With dangers lurking around every corner, they will do whatever it takes to survive their hellish Neverland.
- Genre: Action, Drama, Horror
- Director: Shal Ngo
- Producer: Vanishing Angle
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