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La rose de fer ()


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A young couple out for a walk decide to take a stroll through a large cemetery. As darkness begins to fall they realize they can't find their way out, and soon their fears begin to overtake... See more »

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La femme
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L'homme (as Pierre Dupont)
Natalie Perrey ...
La vieille femme au cimetière
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Le Clown (as Dily D'Argent)
Michel Delesalle ...
Le vampire
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Le rôdeur

Directed by

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Jean Rollin

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Tristan Corbière ... (poem)
 
Maurice Lemaître ... (dialogue)
 
Jean Rollin ... (scenario)

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Sam Selsky ... producer (as §am §elsky)

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Pierre Raph

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Jean-Jacques Renon

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Michel Patient

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Dominique Barbier ... assistant editor
Andrée Maïofis ... assistant editor

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Jean-Noël Delamarre ... assistant director
Michel Maïofis ... second assistant director
Jean-Claude Tertais ... third assistant director

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Gilles Aubry ... sound
Jean-Paul Loublier ... sound recordist
René Penot ... boom operator

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Pierre Letovsky ... presenter
Natalie Perrey ... script

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René-Jean Chauffard ... dedicatee (as R.J. Chauffard)

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  • Renault (transportation services)

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Also Known As
  • The Iron Rose (United States)
  • The Iron Rose (World-wide, English title)
  • The Iron Rose (United Kingdom)
  • Friedhof der toten Seelen (Germany)
  • Die eiserne Rose (Germany)
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  • 86 min
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Trivia DIRECTOR CAMEO: [Jean Rollin] Strange man walking through the cemetery. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in La nuit des horloges (2007). See more »
Quotes The Boy: [In the cemetery, looking at all the elaborate tombs] I don't care where they put me when I'm dead.
The Girl: Do you think the soul escapes from the body after death? Is there such a thing as the soul?
The Boy: I don't think there's anything left after physical death. And it's stupid to spend all that money on stiffs.
The Girl: Some do that out of love.
The Boy: Well, I prefer the love of life more than the love of death.
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