RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The world is in desolation. An epidemic is sweeping through it. People are blinded and there are no explanations. Solidarity among humans simply disappears and the structures of society cease to work, or better yet, crumble to pieces. People walk down the street aimlessly.
A woman enters a supermarket to get some food, but she can't get out. The infected are all over her. They are dying to eat something. The woman becomes desperate, struggling to escape from the crowd without losing her food.
Stop signs on street corners suggest that this is an English . . .