Till Death (1978)

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A widower, visiting the crypt that holds the body of his wife, is accidentally trapped therein. That night, he finds that she seems to have been cataleptic, rather than dead, and frees her ... See full summary »


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23 April 2000 | Athanatos
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The essential story here could be used for a very affecting -- if rather short -- film, playing upon claustrophobia, necrophobia, our desires for undying love, and so forth.

Unfortunately, this film seems to have been shot quickly, with mere workaday direction, cinematography, sound, and acting, despite the fact that most of the participants did substantially better work at other points in their careers.

It's interesting to note that this film is connected to the infamous -They Saved Hitler's Brain- by way both of Walter Stocker and of one of the actors (Marshall Reed).

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Genres

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Release Date:

February 1978

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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