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La Morte Vivante - Jean Rollin - 1982


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Director - Jean Rollin


THE LIVING DEAD GIRL was made at the time when bloody slasher films and ultraviolent zombie flicks we were in fashion and director Jean Rollin served up a very bloody movie, highlighted by gory SPFX courtesy of Benoit Lestang. Despite the intense bloodletting, Rollin manages to tell a tragic and compelling tale about the unusual friendship between two girls, who share a love for each other that goes beyond the grave.


Catherine Valmont (Françoise Blanchard), recently deceased, is resurrected when a strange chemical substance spilled into her tomb. She tries to track down her past life and discovers a huge castle, inhabited only by her mourning childhood friend Barbara (Marina Pierro). The two are happily reunited, and when it turns out that Catherine can only survive by drinking blood, Barbara gladly helps out by supplying human victims. But when Catherine becomes disgusted by her own lust for blood, things are bound to go terribly wrong.




New anamorphic 16:9 version scanned and color graded from the original negatives

Digitally remastered soundtrack

French and German audio options

Optional English, Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian & Polish subtitles

Introduction by Francoise Blanchard




Interview with Francoise Blanchard (22 min) - French with optional English subtitles

Interview with Jean-Pierre Bouyxou (30 min) - French with optional English subtitles

Interview with Phillipe D'aram (16 min) - French with optional English subtitles

Audio commentary by Francoise Blanchard (35 min) - French with optional English subtitles

Alternate scene

Introduction by Jean Rollin aprox. 10 min.




Soundtrack CD composed and conducted by Philippe D'aram


64 page full color book



Jean-pierre Bouyxou cause dans le dvd

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