Jonathan Harker (Bruno Ganz, Downfall) lives with his young wife Lucy (Isabelle Adjani, Possession in the idyllic town of Wismar, where he works as an estate agent. In spite of grim omens, Harker ventures deep into the Carpathian Mountains to close a property deal with Count Dracula (Klaus Kinski, Aguirre, and Wrath of God), a sickly, wrath-like creature with sunken eyes and pallid skin. While dining that night at the Count's ghostly castle, Harker cuts his finger, provoking a disturbing reaction to his host.

Werner Herzog's masterful contribution to the vampire canon is both a discerning tribute to F W Murnau's 1922 silent classic, and a singularly atmospheric and thoughtful horror film in its own right. Kinski's central performance, Herzog's images and Popul Vuh's music combine to create a darkly hypnotic and seductive experience.

This specially-designed, limited edition SteelBook is released ahead of an extensive Werner Herzog box set from the BFI, which will include newly remastered HD presentations of 17 of his greatest feature films and shorts.

Special Features:

  • Limited Edition SteelBook
  • Newly Remastered Presentations of the English and German versions
  • Original Mono Audio (German and English)
  • Alternative 5.1 Surround audio (German)
  • Feature-Length Audio Commentary with Werner Herzog
  • On-set Documentary (1979, 13 mins): Promotional Film Featuring Candid Interviews with Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • Stills Gallery
  • Fully Illustrated Booklet with a new Essay by Laurie Johnson, Full Film Credits and on-set Photographs

Cast and Crew: Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Rescue Dawn, Encounters at the End of the World).  Starring

Starring Klaus Kinski (Fitzcarraldo, Aguirre, Wrath of God), Isabelle Adjani (The Story of Adele H, Subway), and Bruno Ganz (Downfall, Wings of Desire)

 

Awards and Reviews:

‘***** The one film you should see this week … conceived and executed with passionate connoisseurship’

Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

 

‘***** One of its director’s most bizarre, resonant and fascinating films’

Tim Robey, The Telegraph

 

 ‘***** Contemplative and oddly beautiful … the incomparable Klaus Kinski dominates the film as the lonely vampire”

Wendy Ide, The Times

 

 

Estudios:
BFI
Duración:
107 mins approx.
Idioma de doblaje:

German

Clasificación (Reino Unido):
15
Formato de imagen:
1.85:1
Idioma de subtítulos:

English

Estreno:
1979
Idioma principal:
English
Número de discos:
1
Región:
B
Marca:
BFI

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Jonathan Harker (Bruno Ganz, Downfall) lives with his young wife Lucy (Isabelle Adjani, Possession in the idyllic town of Wismar, where he works as an estate agent. In spite of grim omens, Harker ventures deep into the Carpathian Mountains to close a property deal with Count Dracula (Klaus Kinski, Aguirre, and Wrath of God), a sickly, wrath-like creature with sunken eyes and pallid skin. While dining that night at the Count's ghostly castle, Harker cuts his finger, provoking a disturbing reaction to his host.

Werner Herzog's masterful contribution to the vampire canon is both a discerning tribute to F W Murnau's 1922 silent classic, and a singularly atmospheric and thoughtful horror film in its own right. Kinski's central performance, Herzog's images and Popul Vuh's music combine to create a darkly hypnotic and seductive experience.

This specially-designed, limited edition SteelBook is released ahead of an extensive Werner Herzog box set from the BFI, which will include newly remastered HD presentations of 17 of his greatest feature films and shorts.

Special Features:

  • Limited Edition SteelBook
  • Newly Remastered Presentations of the English and German versions
  • Original Mono Audio (German and English)
  • Alternative 5.1 Surround audio (German)
  • Feature-Length Audio Commentary with Werner Herzog
  • On-set Documentary (1979, 13 mins): Promotional Film Featuring Candid Interviews with Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • Stills Gallery
  • Fully Illustrated Booklet with a new Essay by Laurie Johnson, Full Film Credits and on-set Photographs

Cast and Crew: Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Rescue Dawn, Encounters at the End of the World).  Starring

Starring Klaus Kinski (Fitzcarraldo, Aguirre, Wrath of God), Isabelle Adjani (The Story of Adele H, Subway), and Bruno Ganz (Downfall, Wings of Desire)

 

Awards and Reviews:

‘***** The one film you should see this week … conceived and executed with passionate connoisseurship’

Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

 

‘***** One of its director’s most bizarre, resonant and fascinating films’

Tim Robey, The Telegraph

 

 ‘***** Contemplative and oddly beautiful … the incomparable Klaus Kinski dominates the film as the lonely vampire”

Wendy Ide, The Times

 

 

Estudios:
BFI
Duración:
107 mins approx.
Idioma de doblaje:

German

Clasificación (Reino Unido):
15
Formato de imagen:
1.85:1
Idioma de subtítulos:

English

Estreno:
1979
Idioma principal:
English
Número de discos:
1
Región:
B
Marca:
BFI
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