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La Morte Vivante

Living Dead Girl

France 1982
produced by
Sam Selsky
directed by Jean Rollin
starring Marina Pierro, Francoise Blanchard, Mike Marshall, Carina Barone, Fanny Magier, Patricia Besnard-Rousseau, Jean-Pierre Bouyxou, Delphine Lapointe, Sandrine Morel, Lise Overman, Alain Petit, Sam Selsky, Dominique Treillou
music by Philippe D'Aram

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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When a group of workers, when hiding some toxic waste in an abandoned mine, decide to better their inconme by doing a little graverobbing in the crypt next door, little do they know that their toxic waste has revived Cahterine (Francoise Blanchard), the freshest of the corpses, & she is pretty bloodthisty & kills them all to feed on them ...

When she returns to her home though - a posh castle - she realizes that the place is up for sale, & wastes no time in killing the real estate agent & her boyfriend, too.

Then though Helene (Marina Pierro), her oldes & best friend from earliest childhood onwards, shows up, too, but far from being shocked that Catherine has turned into a bloodthirsty living dead, she lets her feed of her own blood, & later even brings her in some victims as food - even though Catherine begs her to let her die for good ...

Meanwhile, in the next village, photographers Barbara (Carina Barone) & Greg (Mike Marshall) have taken some photos of Catherine, rather by coincidence, & now Barbara wants to find out more about her, to possible make some more photos of her, but everyone tells Barbara that Catherine has been dead for 2 months now.

Barbara is not content with that though & decides to go to Catherine's castle on her own - which almost proves fatal, as Helene guards her friend - by using force if necessary.

Only just can Barbara escape, but she's not willing to give up, & when she, at a village festival, finds Helene on the prowl again, & now she persuades Greg that the 2 of them will follow Helene back to the castle together - & this time it proves to be really fatal, as Helene sets Barbara on fire & splits Greg's head with an axe.

Catherine in the meantime frees the girl Helene brought for her to feed on though & tries to drown herself. But Helene saves her once more & allows her to feed on herself - even if that means certain death for Helene ...


Jean Rollins attempt to update his familiar themes - erotic vampires, &/or lethal girls set against an almost lyrical background - & place them in a (then) contemporary context did unfortunately fail on almost all accounts. Above all were the 80's - with their atrocious fashion & hairdos - an ill-suited canvas for him to paint on, secondly the then current reliance on cheap but bloody gore-effects were neither convincing nor did they sit well with Rollin's directorial style, & thirdly do all the main actors lack both charisma & talent to carry the film.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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A Killer Conversation

produced by and starring
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directed by
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written by
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