An obsessed scientist assembles a living being from parts of exhumed corpses.
Did You Know?
Variety stated that Alain Jessua
and Paul Gégauff
"manages some facile but amiable comic situations" but that "Jessua gropes unsuccessfully for the right macabre-satiric tone." The review stated that Eddy Mitchell
was "an inveterate film buff" and "no doubt had fun with the part," but that "Jean Rochefort
and other players seem less at ease." See more
When Frank presents the dead bodies of the three exotic dancers to Victor and Elizabeth, one of the three women noticeably blinks. See more
Version of Life Without Soul