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In Search of History: The Real Dracula
2000, a cura di Charlie Ryan
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: A&E Television Networks - Distribuzione: History Channel, A&E Television Networks - Soggetto: Charlie Ryan - Sceneggiatura: Charlie Ryan - Formato: Color, documentario, film tv - Durata: 47'.
Cast: Radu Florescu, Raymond McNally, Bram Stoker.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - allmovie.com - taliesinttlg.blogspot.com - amazon.com - movies.maxabout.com - hollywood.com - moviezen.com - lunch.com - omdb.si - homecinema.thedigitalfix.co.uk: «In their stead we find The Real Dracula, a 44-minute documentary from the History Channel given its own disc. Despite being lavished such treatment – and, inexplicably, a truly unnecessary choice of DD2.0, DD5.1 and DTS soundtracks(!) – this piece really isn’t deserving of it. In terms of documentary filmmaking it’s exceedingly poor (gruff voice-over; shoddy visual sense backed up by scratchy public domain prints of Max Shreck, Bela Lugosi and Jack Palance playing Stoker’s creation), whilst as a piece of history it similarly misses the point. Rather than afforded any insight we are instead offered such appalling statements as follows: “It may have been Bram Stoker’s destiny to write Dracula. He was haunted by death from the day he was born”».