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quietearth [Celluloid 06.17.12] horror thriller drama vampires

Shunji Iwai's tale of a man seducing suicidal girls so he can drink their blood premiered at Sundance in 2011. While its played plenty of festivals, due to poor reviews it hasn't seen any type of release. Until now. Japan will get it on September 12th, 2012. I'm excited to see this. It looks exactly like the type of film I dig.

Check out the old bootleg trailer and clips.

Not all of those amongst us who crave blood are vampires, and not all vampires crave blood. For those of you expecting anything remotely resembling Twilight, Nosferatu, or Bela Lugosi, Vampire may not be your cup of the red elixir of life.. Simply put, Vampire gives new meaning to the word "vampire." Simon seems like a fairly normal, average young man who's devoted to his teaching job and ailing mother. Underneath the surface, however, things are not what they seem.

Simon hunts through online chat rooms and message boards, searching for the perfect girl: beautiful, shy, and suicidal. Simon has a particular condition: he is compelled to drink blood.

Acclaimed Japanese director Iwai Shunji demonstrates that he is a master of cinematic storytelling in any language. Breathtaking, lyrical camera movement and unconventional framing capture beautifully macabre images while the evocative music and sound design complete the sensory tour de force. The terrific ensemble cast stretches out of its comfort zone and syncs up perfectly with Iwai's dark vision, which explores the essence of existence and what drives some to end it.

via Wildgrounds

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