The Returned, a film by Manuel Barballo, is a zombie-themed thriller where a temporary remedy helps some, but dose not cure others, according to the Internet Movie Database.
The film revolves around a woman named Kate who works in a special unit of a hospital dedicated to a new class of seriously ill people, including her husband Jack, who need daily injections to prevent the development of a dangerous virus which could convert them into something terrible.
The Returned stars Emily Hampshire, Kris Holden-Ried and Shawn Doyle.
Filming will take place between 1-7 p.m. at the underpass and Elgin Street between Grey Street and Durham Street will be restricted.
Uniformed officers will be on site throughout this time period to ensure that both public and film crew safety is ensured.
The film production will close the west-bound curb lane of Brady Street just past the exit to the YMCA between 1-3 p.m. Through traffic will continue to flow but will be restricted to the left-hand (centre) lane only up to the underpass only.
Upon conclusion of this initial lane restriction, further filming will take place, which will require the intermittent closure of Elgin Street between Grey Street and Durham Street in front of the Little Montreal Restaurant.
During these filming time periods, access to area businesses, locations and or residences will be temporarily restricted.
Closures of Elgin Street will be restricted to a maximum of 10 minutes to allow for filming. Co-ordination with Emergency Services, Sudbury Transit and Police will take place to reduce the impact or operations. The public is urged to access the downtown area using alternate routes during this time period.
Filming of The Returned started Sept. 24 in Toronto. After filming in Sudbury, the cast and crew will move on to Spain, according to Filmax Entertainment.