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Don't Let Me Die On Sunday

DIRECTED BY - Didier Le Pecheur

While dancing at a nightclub under the influence of a bad hit of ecstasy, eighteen year-old Teresa (Bouchez, THE DREAMLIFE OF ANGELS) falls to the dancefloor and dies. At the morgue, death-worker Ben (Barr, ZENTROPA) becomes entranced by her nude body and has sex with her corpse. To his surprise, she awakens. Ben is caught by hospital staff and suspended from his job, as well as his relationship with his girlfriend, Marie. When Teresa shows up at his door looking to start a relationship, Ben is first annoyed, but then decides to take the wide-eyed young woman on a journey through the sexual underworld. First she is turned-off by the death obsessed orgies and S&M parties Ben frequents, but her repulsion soon gives way to fascination and experimentation. While walking home one night, Teresa and Ben meet a distraught man, Ducon, as he is about to jump off a bridge. They convince him to join them in their sexual adventures. Through it all, they also kidnap a friend of Ben's who is dying of AIDS and transport him to a house in the country so he can die in peace, thus giving them a break from their soulless sexual escapades.

GENRES - drama

Film Info

RUNTIME - 86 minutes

RATING - Not Rated

YEAR - 1998

FORMAT - DVD Region 1

COUNTRY - France




Fabrice Coat


Didier Le Pecheur




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