Dracula 3D

 
Dario Argento, Chef-Fantast des italienischen Kinos, adaptiert Bram Stokers wuchtigen Roman zum knapp zweistündigen Mummenschanz, gemäß Jahrmarktsethos natürlich auch noch in 3D. Das heißt Thomas Kretschmann schmalzt und beißt sich durch herzzerreißend altmodische Kulissen, verwandelt sich in Wolf, Kakerlake und eine gigantische Gottesanbeterin (!), während Kult-Holländer Rutger Hauer als Abraham Van Helsing Jagd auf ihn macht. Schon jetzt ein Film Maudit, für alle mit offenem Geist vor allem eine berauschende Hyper-Trash-Erfahrung und essenzielle B-Filmkunst. (Markus Keuschnigg) Vorfilm: BLOW-UP - DARIO ARGENTO (Digital / color / 4 min., commissioned by ARTE) by Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani (biography: see L’ÉTRANGE COULEUR DES LARMES DE TON CORPS)

Transylvania, 1893. Jonathan Harker, a young librarian, arrives at the village of Passo Borgo to work for Count Dracula, a noble man from the area. When faced with the mysterious personality of his host, Jonathan quickly discovers the Count’s true nature and how dangerous the man might be, notably to his wife, Mina. Abraham Van Helsing has already crossed Dracula’s path, and as violent deaths start piling up, he might be the only man standing in the way of the Count’s evil intentions. “More than anything, Argento’s DRACULA is a gory homage to Hammer horror, all heaving bosoms, quaint European travelogue and lush color photography.” (Maitland McDonagh, Film Journal International) Supporting Short: BLOW-UP - DARIO ARGENTO (Digital / color / 4 min., commissioned by ARTE) by Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani (Biografie: siehe L’ÉTRANGE COULEUR DES LARMES DE TON CORPS)

Director's Biography
Dario Argento, born 1940 in Italy, began his cinema career as a screenwriter and assistant to Sergio Leone, collaborating on the screenplay of ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST (1968). His directorial debut, L'UCELLO DALLE PIUME DI CRISTALLO (The Bird with the Crystal Plumage), was released in 1970. Over the years Argento became a cult director in the horror subgenre Giallo. DRACULA 3D was screened at Cannes Film Festival in 2012. // Films (selected): SUSPIRIA (1977; CE '09), INFERNO (1980; CE '09), PHENOMENA (1985), TRAUMA (1993), LA TERZA MADRE (The Mother of Tears, 2007; CE '09), DRACULA 3D (2012)
Nachtsicht / Night Sight 2014
Dario Argento
Italien / Frankreich / Spanien 2012
color
106 Minuten
Drehbuch Dario Argento, Antonio Tentori, Stefano Piani, Enrique Cerezo
Kamera Luciano Tovoli
Schnitt Marshall Harvey, Daniele Campelli
Musik Claudio Simonetti
Mit Thomas Kretschmann, Marta Gastini, Asia Argento, Unax Ugalde, Miriam Giovanelli, Rutger Hauer
Produktion
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