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The Living and the Dead
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The Living and the Dead 2006

description written by member Zara:

When Lord Brocklebank (Roger Lloyd-Pack) leaves Longleigh House on business, he hires a caregiver (Sarah Ball) to look after his sick wife (Kate Fahy) and mentally ill grown son, James (Leo Bill). But James wants to be the man of the house for once, so he locks the nurse out. Becoming increasingly delusional, James creates a terrifying world for his mother as the situation spirals out of control in this visually arresting and macabre drama.

MPAA Rating:NR
Running Time:83 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsSimon Rumley
Written By:
No image existsSimon Rumley
No image existsRoger Lloyd-Pack
No image existsLeo Bill
No image existsSarah Ball
No image existsKate Fahy
No image existsSarah Ball
No image existsNeil Conrich

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The Living and the Dead Movie Review by Sarah (12/31/2012)

Not your first pick for Mother's Day, "The Living and the Dead" is morbid and horrifying- and I mean that, strangely, as a compliment. It is a family drama, a psychological thriller, a tragedy, an art film, all these things at once, and and despite it's flaws, it doesn't overextend.

The film opens with Lord Donald...

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The Living and the Dead Movie Review by Movie Addict (7/18/2010)

I just finished watching two seasons of The Vicar of Dibley, and I thought I would see Roger Lloyd-Pack (Bartie Crouch in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) in something more serious.

He is a country gentleman whose son (Leo Bill, Alice in Wonderland, Kinky Boots) is schizophrenic and whose wife (Kate Fahy) is dying. He...

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The Living and the Dead Movie Review by Gater (3/8/2009)

Ever wonder how some English Aristocrats might handle Family Dysfunction?

The Living and the Dead is a bizarre study of mental degeneration.

Set in a cavernous mansion in the English Countryside, we watch, at close range, the disintegration of the Brocklebank Family. Almost right from the start we are plunged, visually,...

(complete The Living and the Dead review by Gater)

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