Uniquely breathtaking, but polarising
“"She lives beyond the grace of God, a wanderer in the outer darkness. She is "vampyr", "nosferatu". These creatures do not die like the bee after the first sting, but instead grow strong and become immortal once infected by another nosferatu. So, my friends we fight not one beast but legions that go on age after age after age, feeding on the blood of the living. "
Bram Stoker's Dracula is the epitome of polarising. In a nutshell, it's a sensuous, artistic, peculiar, eccentric and at times thrilling adaptation of the iconic 19th century novel, packed with demonic rites, erotic images and Christian symbolism. From the project's inception, director Francis Ford Coppola sought to adapt Stoker's original novel as faithfully as possible, which most prior Dracula retellings had neglecte” read more