Production year: 1989
Duration: 90 minuta
The streets of Zagreb are empty because of a rumored vampire who attacks lonely women. To the office of psychiatrist, Franjo Glogowetz, there arrives a strange visitor, Teobald Majer. He is convinced that he is a vampire from the 16th century, and tells Franz that the members of his family, Glogovac, were famous vampire hunters. Naturally, Franz does not take him seriously but his wife, Barbara, likes the stranger a lot and even believes his story. In the meantime, Franz’s two relatives, Jambrek and Jurek, arrive and get caught up in the mess…
Maro Martinović (Teobold Majer), Ksenija Marinković (Barbara Glogowetz), Danilo Lazović (Franjo Glogowetz), Semka Sokolović-Bertok (Glogowetz’s maid), Zvonimir Torjanec (vampires hunter), Danko Ljuština (his assistant), Zlatko Vitez, Ranko Zidarić, Asja Potočnjak, Krešimir Zidarić, Vitomira Lončar
Country of production:
Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (Socialist Republic of Croatia)
After making a humorous Croatian western, Mala pljačka vlaka, in his second feature film Dejan Šorak took on the subgenre of vampire movies, setting his in the local environment. The director did not strike a wholly successful balance between the elements of comical parody, erotic love, and horror contained in the film. Nevertheless, the twisted atmosphere of this film lends it certain charming and endearing qualities.
Screening permit: July 20, 1989
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