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Nosferatu the Vampyre

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A horror about the lonely Count Daracula - the blood-sucking nobleman attempting to spread his influence all over the world. The Dracula does not expect to be prevented from continuing his demonic practices by a woman named Lucy Harker...
Actors: Clemens Scheitz,
Clemens Scheitz
Clemens Scheitz
Isabelle Adjani,
Isabelle Adjani
Isabelle Adjani 27 June 1955, Paris, France
Jacques Dufilho,
Jacques Dufilho
Jacques Dufilho 19 February 1914, Bègles, Gironde, France
Margiet van Hartingsveld,
Margiet van Hartingsveld
Margiet van Hartingsveld
Lo van Hensbergen,
Lo van Hensbergen
Lo van Hensbergen 1 May 1917, Soekaboemi, Dutch East Indies
Dan van Husen,
Dan van Husen
Dan van Husen 30 April 1945, Gummersbach, Germany
Rijk de Gooyer,
Rijk de Gooyer
Rijk de Gooyer 17 December 1925, Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
Jan Groth,
Jan Groth
Jan Groth 15 January 1921, Bielsko-Biala, Slaskie, Poland
Klaus Kinski,
Klaus Kinski
Klaus Kinski 18 October 1926, Zoppot, Free City of Danzig [now Sopot, Pomorskie, Poland]
Roland Topor,
Roland Topor
Roland Topor 7 January 1938, Paris, France
Martje Grohmann,
Martje Grohmann
Martje Grohmann
...»
Genre: DramaHorrorFantasy
Director: Werner Herzog
Werner Herzog
Werner Herzog 5 September 1942, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Country: International
Release: 1979
IMDb: 7.5
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Duration: 107 min
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The Robot's Voice
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May 18, 2014

Nosferatu is at least as much a tribute to surrealist pioneer Luis Bunuel as it is to Murnau.
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Time Out
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November 17, 2011

This is a pinnacle of horror cinema: atmospheric, rhapsodic and -- especially in the slow-burn confrontations between Lucy and her otherworldly inamorato -- achingly transcendent.
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Movie Dearest
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May 16, 2014

Herzog, cinematographer Jorg Schmidt-Reitwein and production designer Henning von Gierke conjure a near-endless stream of arresting images.
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New York Times

May 09, 2005

It's funny without being silly, eerie without being foolish and uncommonly beautiful in a way that has nothing to do with mere prettiness.
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Total Film
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October 14, 2014

Madness and death hang over Herzog's Wagner-scored vision like a black cloud, while Kinski adds much poignancy to Dracula, the lonely immortal.
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Daily Dead
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January 07, 2016

An evocative exercise in alienation and existential dread, Herzog masterfully tackles one of the greatest gothic stories ever with Nosferatu the Vampyre with the unforgettable (as always) Klaus Kinski as the titular blood-sucker.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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November 24, 2011

To say of someone that they were born to play a vampire is a strange compliment, but if you will compare the two versions of Nosferatu you might agree with me that only Kinski could have equaled or rivaled Max Schreck's performance.
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Chicago Reader
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September 21, 2007

The acting is too eccentric and the narrative drive too weak to satisfy fans of the genre, but Herzog's admirers will find much in the film's animistic landscapes and clusters of visionary imagery.
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The Spectator
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June 01, 2015

Worth seeing for the visuals, then, but minor Herzog.
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Village Voice
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October 29, 2008

Between the hordes of stowaway rats that accompany Dracula's arrival, and a town-plaza dance of folly by doomed survivors (a Herzog addition), it's like being present at the birth of a medieval legend.
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Times (UK)
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September 22, 2015

It's a curious mix: at times deliriously hammy, at others melancholy, contemplative and oddly beautiful.
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Time Out
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January 26, 2006

There's a grey, plodding quality to the film which sidesteps oppressive, doom-laden inevitability and goes straight to slightly dull.
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