Two years after the epidemic, confinements / deconfinements have been linked, but the virus continues to mutate. The cities are divided into two camps, that of the haves and that of the have-nots. Within this new organization of society, a delivery boy who is miraculously immune to the virus crosses both worlds every day. A thriller shot in Los Angeles confined by the COVID-19 pandemic.
When reality almost merges with fiction … Or the reverse, we don’t really know. Written and directed by Adam Mason, produced by Michael Bay, Songbird was the first film shot in commando mode in Los Angeles, even as the city was (is still …) hard hit by the pandemic linked to Covid -19.
In a slightly anxiety-provoking setting, Songbird unfolds its intrigue in less than a handful of years, while a Covid-23 virus hits the planet. While the latter has continued to change and gain momentum, he forced the city of Los Angeles to decree new containment and to separate the city into two camps – the haves and the have-nots – in order to limit the spread of the epidemic.
It is in this context of a state of emergency that we follow the daily life of a delivery man named Nico (KJ Apa), miraculously immune to the virus that runs through the city every day to bring food, and a little bit of food. hope, to the rest of the population, while his girlfriend (Sofia Carson) is confined to her home, preventing them from having any physical contact. But in order to be with the one he loves, Nico will brave all dangers and all prohibitions, ranging from martial law to murderous vigilantes, through a very powerful family led by a formidable matriarch, played by Demi Moore, who is ready to do anything to protect his family and maintain his standard of living.