Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday

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Released 1998

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1998
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Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday is an edgy 1998 French film about a hard living young woman named Terese (Elodie Bouchez), who presumably dies of a drug overdose after a wild night of partying. After being delivered to the morgue, Terese captures the attention of a sullen night attendant named Ben (Jean-Marc Barr). After Ben begins playing necrophiliac games with Terese's body, she suddenly comes back to life. After refusing to press charges against him, believing he truly brought her back to life, Terese goes on a series of sordid sexual adventures with Ben as her guide. Ben's desperate attempts at joy include nipple clamps, whips, riding crops and group sex. Later, Terese and Ben free a hospitalized friend suffering through the last stages of AIDS, rescue a suicidal loser and confront Terese's father. Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday is a dark, disturbing film written and directed by Didier Le Pecheur.

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    Drama

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    Psychological, Love & Romance, Foreign Language, Adult