|“||I am very, very vexed,
Who knows who they'll eat next?
— Dolores, concluding her song, Zombies in the Snow, page 98
Dolores is a character in films directed by Gustav Sebald.
Only a few select pages from the film have been found, specifically pages 98-102.
After finishing her song, Dolores declares that she is vexed and scared of who the zombies shall eat next. The Town Fathers decide to build a sturdy oak wall, ignoring Young Rölf and Gerta's protests.
The wall breaks, and zombies attack. An alarm bell sounds, and Dolores again begins to sing.
She seems to be a main singer of the village characters, as she is mentioned to have two songs, one of which is known to be referred to as "her" song.
Dolores and a man run into the forest, pursued by hypnosis victims. Dolores figures out what is happening before her companion, but unfortunately is quickly hypnotized. She then proceeds to cluck like a chicken and play the violin, though she previously had no experience.
|“||They'll eat my feet,
They'll eat my head,
I'm just a meal
for the walking dead.
— page 102.
- Man: They won't stop coming, Dolores. They're like zombies, only different.
- Dolores: I'm afraid they've been... hypnotized...