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Bram Stoker agus Dracula

2011, regia di Keith O'Grady


Scheda: Nazione: GB-Irlanda - Produzione: Dearcán Media, Westway Films - Distribuzione: TG4 (Irlanda) - Soggetto: relativo al romanzo Dracula di Bram Stoker - Fotografia: Keith O'Grady - Musiche: Jim Walker - Formato: Color, documentario, film tv - Durata: 51'.

Cast: Carleen Melaugh.



Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - - - - - «New Irish Language Broadcast Fund (ILBF) programme Bram Stoker agus Dracula looks at the remarkable life of Dublin born Bram Stoker, and the extent to which his Irish background had an influence on the creation of Dracula, his best known work, and one of the most recognisable characters in world literature. ... Bram Stoker himself remains relatively unknown, despite the global reach of Dracula, and despite a growing interest in the author as the centenary of his death approaches in 2012. The programme examines Stoker’s early life in Dublin, including the influence of a mysterious illness that left him unable to walk until he was seven years of age, the significance of his relationship with his formidable Sligo-born mother, and his later college years in Trinity in the mid to late 1860s when he became an outstanding athlete with a national reputation, and was one of the most recognisable characters in Dublin city. The impact of Stoker’s 25 year association with Sir Henry Irving, one of the best known Victorian actors of the late 19th century, is discussed, in particular, Stoker’s role as his right hand man and confidante in London’s Lyceum Theatre. It was while working as Irving’s theatre manager that Stoker wrote Dracula in 1897, and while Dracula has had an immeasurable influence on global culture, we consider how Stoker’s original depiction of Dracula compares to later adaptations for the theatre and cinema – particularly those involving actors such as Bela Lugosi and Christopher Lee. ...».






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