Cemetery Man (USA)
Demons '95 (undefined)
Mi novia es un Zombie (Spain)
Of Death and Love (Australia)
Of Death, of Love (International) (literal title) (English title)
Pelo Amor e Pela Morte (Brazil) (video title)
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Dellamorte Dellamore", written by Gianni Romoli, co-produced by Gianni Romoli, Tilde Corsi and Michele Soavi, based on the novel written by Tiziano Sclavi (author of the cool comics character Dylan Dog), directed by Michele Soavi and starring Rupert Everett, François Hadji-Lazaro, Anna Falchi, has been considered a cult of the genre since its theatrical release (1994). Francesco Dellamorte (Rupert Everett) is a guardian of the Buffalora cemetery, a North Italian town.The protagonist's close collaborator is Gnaghi (François Hadji-Lazaro), who spends all his time in front of the tv set. By day Francesco lives a boring and depressing life, but by night he becomes a living dead's exterminator.In fact,dead people of the town come back to life seven days after their death.The score is written by noted Manuel De Sica, author of several scores for Cinema and Tv (just to remember his two famous OST for the movies "Amanti" and "Il giardino dei Finzi Contini", both directed by his father Vittorio).The writer of these liner notes took already care of the original CD (GDM 2004). This ultimate de-luxe CD edition, prepared enthusiastically with the same M° De Sica, is the complete version of his OST that has been steadily requested by collectors until today. We have listened to the original stereo recording session again and this gave us the chance to add nine themes never before released (with this addition, our digitally remastered and restored Cd, reaches the total length of 73:16.The new tracks include a dance tune (Tr.30), alternate takes of the album versions (for example "Shoot the living" with a mix of voice, Tr.29) and long versions (truncated on the 1994 CD) of "The rest of the world (doesn't exist)" (Tr.31) and "Finale" (Tr.32).