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Living Dead at Manchester Morgue, The aka Let Sleeping Corpses Lie ( Non si deve profanare il sonno dei morti ) (1975) Movie Information

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5530

Avg. Rating:

2.75/4

# of Ratings:

10

Genres:

Horror, Sci-Fi

Rating:

R

Language:

English

Director:

Jorge Grau

Actors:

Cristina Galbó
Ray Lovelock
Arthur Kennedy
Aldo Massasso
Giorgio Trestini
Roberto Posse

 

 

 

 

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08/24/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue -a review

A.K.A. Let Sleeping Corpses Lie, this oft overlooked 1972 zombie flick from one off director Jorge Grau is truly one of the greats of the zombie subgenre. Admittedly, trying to capitalize on the popularity of Night of the Living Dead, Grau creates a film with great ambience and a unique perspective on the zombie. Grau, like Romero, offers far-reaching social commentary in his film. One could easily argue that the whole film is about the generation gap. The older generation, blindly sticking to ridiculous rules and societal conformity while the younger generation is worried more with environmental wellfare. The film opens with the protagonist leaving his antiques shop on his Norton motorcycle, leaving the smog-filled London. Exiting shots of pedestrians wearing masks juxtaposed with smoke ...

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