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The Way of the Vampire
2004, regia di Canella Williams
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: di Sandy Castillo e Canella Williams - Soggetto: Canella Williams - Sceneggiatura: Canella Williams - Fotografia: Osvaldo Benavides - Montaggio: Christine Ka'aloa - Costumi: Jennifer Fisher - Musiche: Keith Zalinger - Formato: Color - Durata: 20'.
Cast: Jakob Hawkins, Miozoty Castillo, Carolina De La Mora, Cat McFadyen, Stewart Shrader.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - findarticles.com - freewebs.com: «...Set in the bleakness of a NYC winter, The Way of the Vampire is a modern day drama/horror film about two brothers with a deep dark family secret. The elder brother Prithivi constantly strives to quench his lust for blood and sadism by performing ritualistic murders of young women and dressing them like his favorite painting. The younger brother Vayu is obsessed with Alexandre Dumas’s book The Count of Monte Cristo, which allows him to escape from the lurid lifestyle and unpredictably violent outbursts that his brother Prithivi routinely inflicts upon him. Prithivi desperately wishes for Vayu to fully accept his vampiric nature, the blood thirst Vayu consistently denies. When Vayu defies his older brother, Prithivi reacts with his fists and cruel words. One day Vayu meets a beautiful girl named Crystal at a bookstore who happens to share an interest in Dumas. This piques Vayu’s curiosity whereby he flirts with the naïve girl and beguiles her into a date. The tension tightens as Prithivi becomes increasingly jealous of this newfound relationship and in defense of his emotions tries repeatedly to convince his morose and decidedly un-vampiric like brother to dispatch the girl like a real hunter-killer should. Vayu continues to refuse his brother’s will, despite being the recipient of Prithivi’s malicious passion...».
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