In the late 1970s, B-grade film director Jesús Franco was composing another insubstantial version of Dracula
. While his camera filmed an aging Christopher Lee, however, a most real and frightening vampire lurked behind the settings...
Pere Portabella's film generates a hallucinatory experience by revealing the entrails of the filmic process and re-arranging them in a radical form. Shot in overexposed black and white, this film shook the foundations of the Spanish filmic canon.
Brand new restored 35mm print.