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The recently dead return to life in They Came Back, but they are surprisingly uninterested in feasting on the living. Many of them are, naturally enough, elderly, and they seem content merely to go back to their former lives, but their return causes a myriad of complications. Robin Campillo, making his feature directorial debut, co-wrote the script to Laurent Cantet's Time Out, and his "zombie" movie quietly examines the individual and societal impact the dead have on the small French city -- just one of many ...
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The recently dead return to life in They Came Back, but they are surprisingly uninterested in feasting on the living. Many of them are, naturally enough, elderly, and they seem content merely to go back to their former lives, but their return causes a myriad of complications. Robin Campillo, making his feature directorial debut, co-wrote the script to Laurent Cantet's Time Out, and his "zombie" movie quietly examines the individual and societal impact the dead have on the small French city -- just one of many similarly afflicted throughout the world -- to which they return. Isham Djemel Barek and Véronique Marie Matheron have their trepidations, but they're generally happy, at first, to see their little boy Sylvain Saady Delas, and the town's elderly mayor Victor Garrivier welcomes home his wife, Martha Catherine Samie. But Rachel Géraldine Pailhas of 5x2, a government health official, cannot bring herself to visit her newly returned husband, Mathieu Jonathan Zaccaï of Seaside, at the ad-hoc shelter where the government houses the "zombies" like refugees. Eventually, she relents, and Mathieu returns home, but the living find that their loved ones are not exactly as they remember them. Studies soon reveal that the dead suffer from a form of aphasia. They cannot create new memories, and they cannot be trusted to perform any but the most menial tasks. Perhaps sensing the discomfort they cause the living, the dead gather together at night, and seem to be formulating some kind of secret plan. They Came Back was selected by the Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center for inclusion in the 2005 edition of New Directors/New Films.
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Special Features

16x9 anamorphic presentation; 5.1 mix; "Making-of"; Trailer gallery; Filmographies; Subtitle control
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/21/2005
  • UPC: 720917545929
  • Original Release: 2004
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  • Source: Fox Lorber
  • Time: 1:43:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Géraldine Pailhas
Jonathan Zaccaï
Frédéric Pierrot
Victor Garrivier
Catherine Samie
Djemel Barek
Marie Matheron
Saady Delas
Maurice Garrel
Technical Credits
Robin Campillo Director, Editor, Screenwriter
Laurent Baude Production Designer
Caroline Benjo Producer
Fabrice Conesa-Alcolea Sound/Sound Designer
Valerie Deloof Sound/Sound Designer
Agnes Falque Costumes/Costume Designer
Jeanne Lapoirie Cinematographer
Stephanie Leger Editor
Olivier Mauvezin Sound/Sound Designer
Mathieu Menut Production Designer
Carole Scotta Producer
Brigitte Tijou Screenwriter
Martin Wheeler Score Composer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Back in the World
2. Decisions to Make
3. Sylvain
4. You Must Sleep
5. Nothing's Changed
6. Aphasia
7. Straight-Jacket
8. Mathieu
9. Coming Home
10. Martha
11. Re-Acquaintance
12. Migratory Pattern
13. At the Lake
14. How to Cope
15. Echo and Memory
16. He Never Came Back
17. A Reckoning
18. Dark, Crowded Mind
19. The Departure
20. Just Let Go
21. More Extreme Measures
22. That Fateful Day
23. Aftermath
24. End Credits
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Feature
   Disc Set-Up
      Audio: Stereo 2.0
      Audio: Surround 5.1
      English Subtitles: On
      English Subtitles: Off
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   Scene Access
   Special Features
      The Making Of - They Came Back
      Filmographies
         Géraldine Pailhas
         Jonathan Zaccaï
         Frédéric Pierrot
      Trailer Gallery
         Play All
         Red Lights
         Tarnation
         In the Realms of the Unreal
         Milk and Honey
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