Su, 23.09. | 23:00
METRO Historisch

In the mid-70s Paul Morrissey, one of the most active directors to come out of the Warhol factory, produced two delirium inducing horror films, both of which starred Udo Kier. A weakened, blood-dry Count Dracula travels to Italy in the hope of having an easier time finding virgin blood. When he meets the Marchese di Fiori (played by the founding father of neo-realismo Vittorio de Sica) his plans seem to come to fruition: the aristocrat wants to sell one of his daughters in order to free himself from his money troubles.

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Su, 23.09. | 23:00
METRO Historisch
IT/US 1974 | 103 Min | 35 mm
Language eOV
Director Paul Morrissey
Cast Joe Dallesandro, Udo Kier, Vittorio De Sica, Maxime McKendry, Arno Jürging, Roman Polanski
Writer Paul Morrissey
Editing Franca Silvi, Jed Johnson
Cinematography Luigi Kuveiller
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