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Cuadecuc, vampir (1971)

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Christopher Lee Christopher Lee
Himself / Count Dracula
Herbert Lom Herbert Lom
Himself / Prof. Van Helsing
Soledad Miranda Soledad Miranda
Herself / Lucy Westenra
Jack Taylor Jack Taylor
Himself / Quincey Morris
Emma Cohen Emma Cohen
Herself / Vampire Woman
Jesus Franco Jesus Franco
Himself / Van Helsing's Servant
Colette Giacobine Colette Giacobine
Herself / Greta, Housekeeper
Jeannine Mestre Jeannine Mestre
Herself / Vampire Woman

Written by
Joan Brossa Joan Brossa


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Cuadecuc, vampir (1971)

6 years, 10 months ago at Feb 7 12:06
Curious experimental film fruit of collaboration between the filmmaker Pere Portabella and poet Joan Brossa. This is an interpretation, a "visual poem", another black and white version, taking the leitmotif the filming of "El conde DrĂ¡cula" directed by Jesus Franco in 1970.

The movie hardly has anything making-off, although also present in some back room of the shooting sequences. ... read more
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" With alternate takes and unique behind-the-scenes moments, Pere Portabella, gives us a different version of Jesus Franco's "Count Dracula" as if it was filmed in a different time as a silent movie epic. Beautiful and atmospheric this 16mm surprise is not only a fascinating comparison piece but ends up as the better film making me wonder how "Count Dracula" would have ended up if the two directors had joined forces."

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