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The Living Dead Girl [Blu-ray] [French] [1982]
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Overview

Special Features

  • Introduction by Jean Rollin
  • Four Featurettes by Daniel Gouyette: "Jean-Pierre Bouyxou on La Morte Vivante"
  • "The Living Dead Girl: The American Version"
  • "Music by Philippe D'Aram"
  • "When I Was Seventeen" An Homage to Benoît Lestang"
  • Jean Rollin at Fantasia (2007, 36 min.)
  • Excerpt of an Interview with Jean Rollin by Joshua T. Gravel
  • 12-page booklet with an essay by Tim Lucas, Editor of Video Watchdog
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • Original Trailers of nine other Rollin films

Synopsis

The Living Dead Girl
Jean Rollin, the French filmmaker who has earned a potent cult following for his unique blend of eroticism and horror, directed this disturbing tale of a woman who has come back from the dead. When the grave of Catherine (Francoise Blanchard) is disturbed by an earthquake and fouled by a chemical spill, the young woman, not long deceased, rises from her tomb with a taste for blood and a desire to return to the home where she grew up. Catherine finds herself drawn to Helene (Marina Pierro), who became her "blood sister" as a child. Similarly, Helene feels compelled to help her old friend, and as they are drawn closer together, Helene finds young women to satisfy Catherine's ever-increasing lust for blood and flesh. La Morte Vivante was released in English-speaking countries as The Living Dead Girl. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Marina Pierro
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    Francoise Blanchard
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    Michael Marshall
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    Carina Barone
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    Fanny Magier
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