1. I think this situation should be considered as a dystopia. I say this because when Robinson talks about the Hunger Games being a dystopia and says “its depicted future is not plausible, not even logistically possible. That’s not what it’s trying to do. What it does very well is to portray the feeling of the present for young people today, heightened by exaggeration to a kind of dream or nightmare.” Right now with the outbreak nobody is really thinking about a plausible future everyone is thinking about and afraid of what is going on at this moment. I would definitely narrate this in the third person past tense. It gives it a more inclusive feeling for whoever I’m telling the story to so they can have a better feel to what happened. I would use a very dramatic tone and a few metaphors to really put the image in someone's head and again give a more inclusive feeling to whoever I’m telling the story to.
2. There’s a movie called The Darkest Minds. Is a thriller and science fiction movie. The thriller mixes with the science fiction to give the characters their abilities and to carry on the plot. I like the effects used and the overall plot of the movie. Also that I could guess what would happen but never be 100% sure that that would be what would happen.