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by Robin Renucci


Because he didn't check if its patriarch was really dead, a Corsican village is caught up in a whirlwind of lies and misunderstandings. When the dead who is not dead doesn't leave people in peace, leading women, children, officials and neighbors into a crazy waltz, comedy turns into a deadly game. In Corsica, you can't joke around with death, can you? Of course you can!

original title: Sempre vivu ! (Qui a dit que nous étions morts ?)
country: France
sales agent: BAC Films
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Robin Renucci
film run: 90'
release date: FR 13/06/2007
screenplay: Jean-Bernard Pouy, Robin Renucci, Pierre Chosson, Ricardo Montserrat, Stéphane Gallet, Jean-Louis Milesi
cast: René Jauneau, Angèle Massei, Wladimir Yordanoff, Elise Tielrooy, Pierre Laplace
cinematography by: Bruno Privat
film editing: Lisa Pfeiffer
costumes designer: Monique Parelle
music: Pierre Gambini
producer: Alain Guesnier
production: Agora Film, France 3 Cinéma, Canal+
distributor: Shellac Distribution
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