Nosferatu - phantom of the night = Nosferatu - phantom der nacht

Germany (West), 1979

Film
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An assault on the senses and the emotions, this film is at once bold and subtle, comic and confounding, disturbing and ultimately deeply moving. A film whose triumph is its originality and uniqueness in dealing with classical material that has seen hundreds of permutations since Bram Stoker first published his novel “Dracula” nearly a century ago. Each delicious shudder takes the viewer deeper into the gorgeously sombre nightmare world that director Herzog has painted in delicate and fragile tones, deriving much from the original F.W. Murnau “Nosferatu” silent classic. Stars Klaus Kinski and Isabelle Adjani. English version (dubbed).

Credits

production company

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation

producer/director

Werner Herzog

Duration

01:36:00:00

Production places
Germany (West)
Production dates
1979

Collection metadata

ACMI Identifier

304312

Language

English

Audience classification

MA

Subject categories

Adaptations

Advertising, Film, Journalism, Mass Media & TV → Motion picture remakes

Feature films

Feature films → Feature films - Germany

Horror

Horror → Vampire films

Literature → English literature - Film and video adaptations

Magic, Occult & Supernatural → Vampires

Motion picture remakes

Sound/audio

Sound

Colour

Colour

Holdings

VHS; Access Print (Section 1)

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