Cette dernière souffre de cauchemars et sa santé se détériore au point qu'elle en meurt. The Vampire Lovers is a 1970 British Gothic horror film directed by Roy Ward Baker and starring Ingrid Pitt, Peter Cushing, George Cole, Kate O'Mara, Madeline Smith, Dawn Addams and Jon Finch. Encountering the Baron Hartog (Douglas Wilmer), a vampire hunter out to avenge the death of his sister, the girl is identified as a vampire and decapitated. Seductive vampire Carmilla Karnstein and her family target the beautiful and the rich in a remote area of late eighteenth-century Gemany. Emma's governess, Mademoiselle Perrodot (Kate O'Mara), becomes Carmilla's accomplice. "[8] The Monthly Film Bulletin declared, "Rather below par, even by recent Hammer standards, this involves the customary heavy breathing, lusty fangs and tolerably luxurious sets, with the innovation of an exposed nipple or two to support the lesbian angle. Well, almost. Mr. Morton travels and the butler Renton and the doctor suspect that Madame Perrodot might be a vampire but they do not suspect of Carmilla. La jeune fille se révèle être un vampire quand sa poitrine est marquée par l'imposition du crucifix. [6][self-published source], The Vampire Lovers has received mixed reception from critics. The Vampire Lovers is a 1970 film adaptation of J. Sheridan LeFanu’s 1871 novella Carmilla. It is based on the 1872 Sheridan Le Fanu novella Carmilla and is the first film in the Karnstein Trilogy, the other two films being Lust for a Vampire (1971) and Twins of Evil (1971). It was decided to adapt Carmilla. Having killed the butler, Carmilla takes Emma prisoner and departs. Factory. Simulant un accident de voiture à cheval, la mère de Marcilla la laisse (à présent sous le nom de Carmilla) à la résidence de M. Morton. | [11], Allmovie wrote, "This Hammer Films production isn't their finest moment but its easy to understand why it has become an enduring cult favorite with horror fans: The Vampire Lovers pushes the "bloodshed & bosoms" formula of the Hammer hits to its limit". Laura subsequently suffers nightmares that she is being attacked, and dies of a gradual sickness; whereupon Marcilla departs. The butler and a doctor suspect them; but Carmilla kills each one. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. There are plot elements of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Phantom of the Opera,as well as the 2004 movie. Camilla befriends Emma Morton and soon she starts having nightmares. The doctor finds that Laura is anemic and soon she dies. Her governess Madame Perrodot is seduced by Carmilla and helps her to be close to Emma. [2] Harry Fine and Michael Style were the two producers. Produced on a relatively low budget of £165,227,[5] it was the final Hammer film to be financed with American money—most of the later films were backed by Rank or EMI. Some of the villagers begin dying, however, and the General's daughter Laura soon gets weak and pale, but Marcilla is there to comfort her. Seductive vampire Carmilla Karnstein and her family target the beautiful and the rich in a remote area of late eighteenth-century Gemany. Production of The Vampire Lovers began at Elstree Studios on 19 January 1970 and used locations in the grounds of Moor Park Mansion, Hertfordshire (standing in for Styria, Central Europe). Marcilla Karnstein from time to time comes back from her death sleep, and under a different name, such as Carmilla or, now, Mircalla, spreads terror in a village with her vampire powers. "[7] A. H. Weiler of The New York Times called it "a departure from the hackneyed bloody norm... professionally directed, opulently staged and sexy to boot. Richard Roxburgh makes a cameo several times throughout the movie. Taglines They find Carmilla's grave, which reveals that her true name is Mircalla Karnstien, where the General forces a stake into Carmilla's heart, and cuts off her head. Many years later, a dark-haired lady leaves her daughter Marcilla (Ingrid Pitt) in the care of General Spielsdorf (Peter Cushing) and his family in Styria.

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