Zombie Lake weaves the tale of a contemporary French village haunted by water-logged Nazis slain by the Resistance. With little regard for narrative subtlety, the film veers from the shamelessly exploitive (as when a women's volleyball team skinny-dips in zombie-infested waters) to the tearfully sentimental (depicting a young orphan girl's psychic connection to one of the walking dead). Beneath its garish surface, however, Zombie Lake embraces several themes that run throughout Rollin's body of work, showing that this eclectic artist could not help investing even a playful film such as this with his personal sensibilities.
|Video Release:||February 26th, 2013 by Kino Video, released as Zombie Lake|
|Running Time:||86 minutes|
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|Production Method:||Live Action|
Ranking on other Records and Milestones
|Never Wide Domestic||14,800||$0||Feb 26, 2013||0|