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La Rose de Fer Theatrical Poster Directed by Jean Rollin Produced by Sam Selsky Written by Jean Rollin Tristan Corbière Maurice Lemaître Starring Françoise Pascal Hughes Quester Nathalie Perrey Mireille Dargent Michel Dalessalle Music by Pierre Raph Editing by Michel Patient Distributed by Les Films ABC Release date(s) 12 April 1973 Running time 86 mins Country  France Language French La Rose de Fer is a 1972 film directed by Jean Rollin, it is his first film not to feature vampires, a theme for which he is best known. It still features all the dream-like qualities that his films are known for. Contents 1 Plot 2 Releases 2.1 DVD 3 References 4 External links Plot A woman and man who meet at a wedding reception decide to go on a date, so the next day he meets her at a railway line, they go for a picnic and a bike ride, they eventually come to the outside of a cemetery and decide to go in. Once inside the huge cemetery they take a walk around and the woman becomes frightened, he tries to persuade her to go down inside an underground crypt with her, he go down and then a strange man walks past a stares at the couple, they then go down and make love, while doing that a clown walks into the cemetery to put some flowers on a grave and walks back out and an old woman closes the gates. When the couple come up from the crypt it has got dark and they become scared, they walk around to find the exit but it seem that it is nowhere to be found and they begin to panic. They discover a small building and inside is several tiny coffins with small skeletons inside. Soon hysteria takes over as the woman begins to talk and act weird, she later locks her lover in the crypt and he dies from suffocation, as the morning draws closer the woman dances around the cemetery and also goes down to the crypt. The Old woman returns the next morning and locks the door of the crypt and puts flowers on top of it. Releases DVD La Rose de Fer was released in France as part of the Jean Rollin collection La Rose de fer was released in the US on 25 September 2007 by Redemption with its original aspect ratio of 1.62:1, its special features include: the short film Les Pays Loins, Les Pays Loins stills gallery, stills gallery, other redemption trailers and Blood and Dishonour book teaser.[1][2] Released on 20 January 2005 on region 2 Europe by X-Rated Kult DVD, with its original aspect ratio of 1.62:1 and the special features include: French trailer (with English title), German trailer and stills gallery. Released in the UK on 28 March 2005 by Redemption with its original aspect ratio of 1.62:1 and the special features include: stills gallery, publicity, video art, filmography, Jean Rollin interview and other redemption trailers. References ^ "DVD comparison for La Rose de Fer". dvdbeaver.com. http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film2/dvdreviews32/la_rose_de_fer.htm. Retrieved August 22, 2010.  ^ "La Rose de Fer DVD Review". dvdtalk.com. http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/31173/iron-rose-la-rose-de-fer-the. Retrieved August 22, 2010.  External links La Rose de Fer at the internet movie database v · d · eFilms directed by Jean Rollin 1960s Le Viol du Vampire (1968) · La Vampire Nue (1969) 1970s Le Frisson des Vampires (1970) · Requiem pour un Vampire (1971) · La Rose de Fer (1972) · Les Demoniaques (1973) · Lévres de Sang (1975) · Les Raisins de la Mort (1978) · Fascination (1979) 1980s La Nuit des Traquees (1980) · Le Lac des Morts Vivants (1980) · Les Paumées du Petit Matin · La Morte Vivante (1982) · Les Trottoirs de Bangkok (1984) · Perdues dans New York (1989) · Killing Car (1989) 1990s Les deux orphelines vampires (1997) · La fiancée du Dracula (1999) 2000s La Nuit des horloges (2007) · Le Masque de la Méduse (2009)